'' To Write Without Causing Regret '' - Poem by Bri Mar
Writing’s like fighting,
Wrongs we are righting,
The best outcome must be designed,
The content exciting yet also inviting,
Rough and ready with the hint of refined.
Brash or rash,
With the rules it can clash,
Complicated yet easy to read,
To some it’s trash to others a smash,
Try to make the critics heart bleed.
Paid or waylaid,
It has to be said,
Your work may well never bewitch,
Don’t be dismayed very few make the grade,
Poets very rarely get rich.
Dry or rye,
Words never die,
They have an invaluable power,
The truth or a lie can make some cry,
Some stand tall while others will cower.
Shock or take stock,
Your mind won’t unlock,
Though you know what you want to say,
We all take a knock from writers block,
You feel like your minds in decay.
Fight to put right,
All that’s a blight,
Take the weight of the world on your shoulders,
Left feeling contrite you can’t cure their plight,
The solution lies with the beholders.
Be coy and enjoy,
Your words can annoy,
Basic decency you must never forget,
Try not to destroy and make it your ploy,
‘’ To Write Without Causing Regret ‘’
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