Steven Harris


Drunk Writing.


Drunk writing is the best
it takes the edge off everything
writing while not being able to see
writing while not being able to speak
it helps
it keeps things going.

Drunk writing is better
your mind is freer
your mind is moving faster
and your hand is moving quicker.

Drunk writing is more fun
you can come up with new words
words your sober self couldnt even dream of
it's alot more fun
it's alot more special.

Drunk writing is easier
the next morning it's always magic
always fun to read what you came up with
while your heads pounding
you can read your drunk mind
It's magical and mysterious
the drunk writing session is much more beautiful.

You always forget drunk writing
the next morning when you wake
and read the magic words
you cant even remember them
you cant remember the magic moment
you forget the session
drunk writing removes all memory
when you read back its just magic.

Drunk writing is the best
it's always better than sober writing
it will always be better then sober writing
i hope to never lose the drunk writing session
i hope it may continue in all it's glory
and i hope the magic stays there when i read back
drunk writing will always be the best.

Submitted: Sunday, April 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013
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  • Kevin Patrick (4/22/2013 5:31:00 PM)

    LOL, this certainly brings a smile to my face, unfortunatly I never once wrote drunk in my life, but if I do start taken it as habit I'll thank you for it! (Report) Reply

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