Practice Makes Perfect (Quote of the Day)

Excuse the bit of crude language, but this one was just too true and relatable to pass up. I mentioned before that I started out as a writer by penning horrible teenage poetry. Cue visible shiver of horror. 

Looking back on that now, I can see it was awful—it was CLEARLY awful. And yet somehow, I really thought I was something at the time. I guess if I hadn't, I would've given up and stopped writing. Maybe that's why we never know how bad we are when we first start out—because if we did, we'd never have the chance to improve. I for one, am so glad I was deluded enough to keep going!

Today's Prompt: Look back and find an example of your earliest writing. Is it terrible? Rewrite it and make it not-so-terrible.

Happy Writing!

KC