Steven Harris


Start Writing


let everything come through
let everything spill out to the page
let the pen do all the work
let everything come out
spill everything out thats making you sad
tell it all in words
tell it through writing
if you can't play an instrument
start writing
if you can't sing
start writing
if your happy
start writing
we all have that power
we have the power to use words
nothing should hold it back
so do it
put words into practise
and put all feeling into it
happy, sad, angry or just plain bored
we all have the power of words
don't hold back
just do it
doesn't matter if it's no good
doesn't matter if nobody likes it
just do it for yourself
do it to get it all out
write for your own good.

Submitted: Monday, April 29, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, April 30, 2013
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