Wonderment as a Writing Tool

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From Merriam-Webster:

A more vivid definition of wonder might be ‘surprised amazement’. I love that. It’s the kind of thing we see in children as they discover the world around them. Surprised amazement. What a joy it is to be there to witness their discoveries — their eyes grow wide, their mouths form a perfect O, and…

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