10,000 Hours

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10,000 Hours

I was in a rush to get to 10,000,
Cause I felt we needed more people appreciating the poetry,
And I’m learning the beauty of the journey,
As well as the process;
Finding a new kind of voice,
And going deeper than I have ever;
Most importantly, learning that good things take time.

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Oganga Mangiti, is a self-published poet and author | Poetry best-selling author and top writer | 2020 Bakanal De Afrique Fellow | Debut anthology — Love & Pain

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Oganga Mangiti

Oganga Mangiti

Oganga Mangiti, is a self-published poet and author | Poetry best-selling author and top writer | 2020 Bakanal De Afrique Fellow | Debut anthology — Love & Pain

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