A daydreamer is prepared for most things.

Joyce Carol Oates
A daydreamer is prepared for most things.
A daydreamer is prepared for most things.
A daydreamer is prepared for most things.
A daydreamer is prepared for most things.
About This Quote

This quote is often attributed to the poet William Wordsworth, but it’s not entirely clear where it came from. It's often used to describe people who are good at coming up with ideas, but are not as good at following through on those ideas. They're quick to blame others for their mistakes, but slow to admit that they could have done something better.

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  4. If you are a writer you locate yourself behind a wall of silence and no matter what you are doing, driving a car or walking or doing housework you can still be writing, because you have that space.

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