Probably the most important part of writing a story is going back and writing it again. It's probably most authors least favorite task as well. Don't worry, this post won't be long. I am no doubt knee deep in this lush, wandering forest of word play. As a pro at prose I meticulously make metaphors smiling as similes seem to seep from my very fingers. (Like syrup). Alive I align my alliteration with allegory allowing all who are too aloof or confuse illusion with allusion to escape delusion better yet confusion characterizing writers as proponents of collusion...and here I understand my need for rewrites and edits because I simply hate comas.