When once we begin a creative thing, distractions commence
and we want to begin laying in supplies for a journey
that is stalled at the dock.
(Laying in supplies is safer than traveling by boat.)
At the point of diversion; focus.
Begin to draw with ink until the pen runs dry.
Continue then in song, until breath itself is exhausted.
Pursue still, in silence, until you are consumed by the need.
Only then can you really begin to fill the hole.
(Emptiness is only filled by nothing or it ceases to exist.)
Sparks fly in the void between steel and flint.
An observer can only observe.
If he were to dive in, there would be no room for the ignition.
(Only by becoming empty can we experience the void of sparks.)