Spontaneous Creativity: The Blue Hour


Jon Boe Paulsen: The Blue Hour Eva Marie Everson Spontaneous Creativity: She sat and waited--day in, day out--for the hour to come. That sweep of time within the day when the world turned blue and her senses were ignited. She poised herself by the window, face turned toward where the sun would soon peek from over the horizon, rising finally as she had hours before. She waited, cup of tea beside her, typewriter waiting, half-eaten croissant nearby. And then the Blue Hour came and she worked, all creation flowing through her, tickling her senses, raising her awareness. Then, when the sheer white curtains billowed and the sunlight spilled over her words, she stopped. Paused again to look up. The Blue Hour had end. The writing must end. C. EME 2015

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