Say Your Words Right

Mean what you say, say what you mean.

If you don’t mean it, don’t say it.

This poison that tumbles from your lips

Can destroy a reputation,

Can destroy confidence,

Can destroy a soul.

These lies you tell yourself,

These lies you tell everyone else,

All these lies are poison.

No matter how big,

No matter how small,

They affect you and everyone around you.

Don’t be trivial, make your words count.

You were given a tongue, you were given a mouth.

You were given an intellect to form thoughts and ideas.

Use it wisely.

Create a beauty in the world of the likes no one has seen before.

Don’t waste it away with these lies,

These stupid things you say.

Say what you mean, mean what you say.

Say your words right.


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