3 (Three)

3 lines all crossed out
Same 3 lines that I’ve stared at
Same 3 lines I’ve rewritten
Time and time again, these past 3 days

Procrastination, the thief of time
Well, so is the lack of ideas
A Thousand Words Flying around in my head
Their destinations none can ascertain 

Such pressure, weighing down on me
The works of my past, all seem surreal 
How to create a Masterpiece for Dummies pg 113
3 Words resounding: “Don’t Stop Writing”

I Remain 
Ochuko A. Akpomudjere 

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