“The time’s always right to fix what’s wrong.” I really love the lyric from half·alive’s song “What’s Wrong.” From a writing perspective, I’d apply that idea to editing. In life, there’s a myriad of situations that this line could connect to for us. Maybe you have a long overdue apology to give or an assignment that you put off too long. It’s better late than never in a lot of situations.
Writing Prompt: Write a scene about a character who has put off fixing something for too long.
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