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Race

Monica Mackness 1991 (Telangana)

A race to win hearts and turn away from evil
Preventing the minds Delusional worlds to allow the soul urge.
The more you know, the more you seek for
The more you don't know, the more of an insecure beast you become of.
Both knowing and not knowing are the call of this life
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Submitted by mon5mackness on February 23, 2021

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Monica Mackness

Fond of music, art, dance, nature,writing Why did I start writing As a kid I had the habit of writing diary's, making art something like scrapbook. Writing down my favourite Lyrics. Getting my hands dirty with colours, stickers. Hahahaha that's fun. Somewhere in this busy life, I stopped doing them all. I must say recently I found back my passion a year ago. All thanks to God. I felt it was a miracle for me. From then I didn't stop writing. I write to clear my mind, I write because I feel good, I write when I feel appreciated, I write to let the world know about the people who shaped me into the woman I have become Heal Build Conquer is my Motto In order to be successful in life, be successful in mind body and spirit. more…

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