Please take a look at the following quote:
“Happiness is a fatality,” wrote the poet Rimbaud. I remember being somewhat puzzled when I first read that line, and then feeling a sense of ease and liberation wash over me. Turning the idea of happiness on its head had suddenly made me very happy.
— Crazy Wisdom Saves the World Again! by Wes "Scoop" Nisker, page 69.
Is it better to change wash into washing? Because I think this would be more suitable according to grammatical rules.
Either can be correct. There’s a very subtle difference in meaning, but neither is generally better than the other.
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