Monika is a poet and a writer. She is about to write a poem about the self-disclosure that happens when people don’t know what the poem means to them. She is asking the questions that people ask themselves when they are writing a poem and how to find it. She is asking us to ask ourselves, “What was it that you did that you didn’t know?”.

The author of the poem says you should get yourself a pen and paper, but she says it’s better to do this while the poem is being written, but when you’re writing the poem, you have to have it on paper.

When you are writing a poem, your brain is in a state of “flow.” You stop thinking and just let your thoughts flow. The first time I did this, I wrote “My heart is a bird” and I thought, “My heart is a bird. I had forgotten my heart was a bird.” But when I went back and read the poem, I realized I had written it wrong, and I didn’t know what I meant.

A good place to start is to be aware of where you are in your time frame and how you are doing. This is a good place to start if your time frame isn’t clear. If you are new to this world, perhaps you would like to learn to read a book and then write your own version of the story.

The reason I did this tip is because I think it’s an important one.

To start, start your time-line by asking yourself, “What am I doing in this time frame?” Once you understand what you are doing, you can start to figure out how to continue.

Start with the beginning of your time-line and then expand it to the end of the time-line. After you do this you’ll be able to build up a plan of action to go back down to where you started.

Another good tip is to start your time-line by asking yourself what you are doing and why you’re doing it. So for example, when I’m writing a new story I generally find it helps to write down what I want to say, why I’m doing it, and then what I’m planning to do. I then continue to build up the story in my head.

If you want to build up your story a bit, you can just go to the beginning and start writing for it. If you want to build up your story, you have to start something new and work on it. So if you want to build up your story in the next section, there are some techniques you can take from this tip.

I have a hard time writing in the first person, so I often start a series of sentences. This is also why I find it hard to write without voice. I often use sentences that are a bit too long, too long, too long, too long. It’s easy for me to think I’m going to say something I don’t mean, and so I stop. This is why I find it hard to write in the first person.

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