Baby I’m a QUEEN
Baby I’m a QUEEN
Originally posted on If Youre Looking for a Sign:
Recently I’ve hit a few lows in my life. I haven’t felt the greatest and I certainly haven’t been acting the greatest. I can’t tell if I’m just stressed or if it’s something else. I don’t…
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I sit across from people on a regular basis and ask them their stories. I have heard hundreds, more likely, thousands of stories. Some of these stories have made me laugh, or cry, be more curious, or be less curious. I have felt possibly every emotion one could feel while talking to another human being. […]
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Thank you Isolated_girl for nominating me for the Blogger Recognition Award. It feels nice to have your blog recognized in the online platform. Thank you very much.
I am a novice writer and a blogger. I am learning things about blogging and so I am happy to have started blogging. I started publishing rough poems and tidbits of my writing since the end of 2015. Since then I have grown so much through writing and blogging. I might not be good at writing poems and crafting stories but I am learning to do that. I have met many creative people and talented people through blogging and have learnt much things from them. Thank you.
Isolated_girl writes heart-touching poems and her writings are really good. Do check out her creations and writings here:
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Thank you all.
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