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It’s true, really. The most beautiful form of exhaustion is the one that washes over you after you have set down your writing utensil and are able to look at something that is undeniably a part of you spilled onto a page. You have not lost anything, though. You have immortalized it.
A good reminder. Sometimes you can't help but want it to be perfect, but then you realize that it's just the first of many drafts. For now you are laying down the foundations of something beautiful and new. Later you edit and revise it into something greater than before.