A writer often experiences sudden bursts of inspiration which leads to some of their greatest works, but on the other hand they also find themselves lost in the confusion of fitting ideas together. Pieces become removed or misplaced in the process of identification, scattered across the floor like a never-ending puzzle bearing too many details. However, somewhere within the mess resides the perfect idea and it waits to be found while tucked carelessly beneath the rest of the pieces. When the time comes for the writer to find it, wonders can be created, but they can also be tossed aside yet again.