Inspiration is a Horrible Friend

Inspiration loves you, but they’re not in love with you

Image by Jason McBride

Inspiration is the worst kind of friend. They’re a flighty, fickle friend who is always late for lunch and who constantly leaves you stranded at parties after having left with someone more daring, dangerous, and talented the moment you turn to fetch them a drink.

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Freelance Copywriter. Indie Comic Creator. Amateur Human. he/him jason@weirdopoetry.com

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Jason McBride

Jason McBride

Freelance Copywriter. Indie Comic Creator. Amateur Human. he/him jason@weirdopoetry.com

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