A first draft is like a Ming vase

A first draft is like a Ming vase, conceived in your brain, that falls out of your forehead and smashes to bits all over several hundred pages of printer paper. Meticulous work is required to reconstruct it. That means multiple revisions and, usually, several pairs of eyes and hands.

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