Definition: Adoxography (pronounced: \a-doks-‘o-graf-E\ ) noun
1. Beautiful writing on a subject of little or no importance.
Why I love this word:
Who is to decide how important a piece of writing is? When a writer sits to write, no matter what he is writing, as long as it is coming from an honest place, it is important. If someone reads that piece of writing and resonates with it, it's important. There are some bad writers who write about nonsense I will admit, but those aren't a beautiful script. It takes a lot to write beautifully, and if you are reading a beautiful piece of literature, you're important. Because you make the writer feel important.
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