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Just Write!
by Robin Adams

Sunday, April 23, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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The faint blue lines
Of an old spiral notebook
Mock my motionless pen

The passion I have
Desire is there in plenty
But the lines are still blank

A calling need
To lay down ink in patterns
That have meaning to me

Time is short
But I find the time
To stare at the blank page

Ideas are many
They haunt my waking hours
But remain locked away

“Fix it later
Just write your thoughts”
Good advice to follow

My heart agrees
The question remains
Will my pen follow suit

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Reviewed by Ed Matlack 7/11/2006
Just write for the self, don't worry about fixing it...as long as you are happy...Peace thru the Write, Ed & Rufuz (w00f)
Reviewed by Chrissy McVay 4/23/2006
Very true of writers. I had a friend who was always editing her first rough drafts as she wrote them, and couldn't get much down on the page. I told her to 'free fall' and edit nothing. Write like she was the only one who would ever read it. Then...after a few days, edit. She's been writing like crazy and had a wonderful article published in a fairly large newspaper! So...loosen up those grammar grundies and let it just flow...
Reviewed by Paul Williams 4/23/2006
I think it happened eventually Robin, gotta to agree, just think your feel and get it down.

Paul;-)
Reviewed by Melissa Crosson 4/23/2006
I know the feeling! It can be so hard to just write it down. Your mind races and before you can get to pen and paper or a computer the words are "poof" just gone...I get frustrated when I have lines running through my head that don't make sense but I write them down anyways and when I look back I have about 3 different incomplete poems written down! And then of course I never fnish them cause they get lost or the calico chews them up :)

Keep writing! I love when you surprise me with a poem!
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 4/23/2006
“Fix it later
Just write your thoughts”

I believe that's the best advice for any writer, Robin.
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 4/23/2006
We live in poetry and stories everyday. Just write, and fix it up later! That's what I always do.

Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 4/23/2006
When the Muse grips your fingers and your pen starts to flow....
I love the light flow of your words as the mind unlocks it's spirit for the Muse to answer through your pen.
Susan



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