Just wanted to ask what the general consensus is with this. I tend to write in intentionally long and verbose sentences, not unlike this one but rather nothing like it given the staggeringly variable circumstances which give rise to such instances, yielding each string a unique and well formed splatter of icy precipitate which together coalesce in the end to form a familiar and frosty blanket otherwise known as amateur fiction. Ok, so that example is not my best work but you probably get my point. Some of these sentences sound really nice when I read them aloud as I can give them the inflection and rhythm they need to sound good. When I read them in my head, some of them come across as clumsy or have the wrong meter. I have a few 'pets' like these which I keep because I know they sound good when I read them. What should I do? Grammar seems unable to solve all my woes. Do I make everything simple to read on paper or can I rely on the inner professional narrator in the reader to make these sentences fun?