Do you revise? Do you get something down once then go over it again? And again and again? And again?
No, scratch that last “And again?” It’s too much.
No, it’s good. It adds emphasis. It demonstrates emotional commitment on the part of the author.
I know musicians revise their compositions and painters revise their paintings. There’s a story that Da Vinci carried the Mona Lisa with him where ever he went and took it out from time to time to change something.
I can’t imagine him carrying around his painting supplies and, in the middle of a papal audience, adding an eyelash here or removing a birthmark there.
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