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When You Forget Why You Write, Return To Thought

Because your mind is always writing

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When I allow my mind to exist, there is always a narrator.

Do you hear it too?

Sometimes mine speaks in the third person, as though peering in at the events taking place. Other times, she takes to comedy, uttering sly remarks as things pass.

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Maria Garcia

Maria Garcia

A storyteller who is a story in production. Get in touch with me! https://linktr.ee/maria.garcia

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