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The Bad Influence

What I Like About Me

I love dark shades they match the color of my soul

Here goes nothing, gang. The inimitable Sherry McGuinn challenged me to document, in 250 words, what I appreciate about myself.

I like the kid in me. I can talk to myself for hours. Sometimes I mimic animals voice and my parents love that about me. I sing a lot and I don’t give a damn what kind of voice I have. I like




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Gurpreet Dhariwal

Gurpreet Dhariwal

Author of Two Poetry Books. Domestic Violence Survivor, Sketcher, Dog Lover, Poet.

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