"What." That's my last word. Lame compared to "sand."I remember hearing that Sylvia Plath wanted ARIEL to begin with the word "love" and end with it. The version that was published after her death begins with "love" and ends with "life." Kind of ironic. Interesting choice, Mr. Hughes.
"itself".Here are the last two lines:"This is where the song forms, rising out of nothing, with little more than a few ideas about itself." Steve Mueske
meanNo, that is not all what I meanwhich I think will leave the reader in enough confusion to buy the second book;)
book 1 ends with 'wonder' and 2 ends with 'sun':)
Hi Suzanne -- I just found your blog via Wendy's.My first book ends with the word "stop." (It begins with "A.") --Matt Thorburn
I only have a manuscript, but its last word is "to be." Though that's two words really, it's kind of one in a way too.
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