Cascading with effective/ affective procrastination

This poetic report concerns a retraction of an essay and its ongoing refinement. It highlights how a second or third or fourth post-submission thought can sometimes turn out to be an important one, forwarding the learning that delays in the review process may afford, amid restlessness, opportunities for post-manuscript reflections and further refinement of one’s writing or research. Consequently, the finesse is what amounts to a full-blown beautiful ‘pusteblume’, so to speak.

The piece of course involves both experiential and experimental approach and is influenced by the angle of revisionism, which is sometimes applied even to published works.  

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