A Word in Season

I have often heard people say that if they could write well they would send their testimonies to the Journal or Sentinel without further delay. Whenever I hear this said I am reminded of a story I once heard of a writer who was noted for his easy, graceful style of expressing himself in his writings.

A visitor to this writer was quite nonplussed on reading some of the author's manuscripts, at the inelegance of diction. On being chided for this seeming omission, the author explained that the ease and grace so much admired in his writings was only acquired by many hard days' labor, and he would accomplish that part of it later.

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