To be inspired? I'll do almost anything (keep reading to find out about the rock).
So, picture nine beautiful ladies, dressed to inspireóbumping, grinding, singing, spitting poetry, being all tragic or comedic, going on about the stars and history and stuff around one man with his hands all over his instrument.
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Updated June 19th, 2012 at 08:51 PM by tchrofengl
In college I was an English minor. One of the classes I took for it was a creative writing class in which we wrote an essay and a short story. The teacher used a method developed by a guy named Nyberg. You start with a turning point, then write about the scene, then turn it from first person to third person, and create a fictional story from it. I wrote a story and thought it was the greatest thing in the world. Then the file went missing.