Macy (Nina) Dvirnak

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i am a girl in my 20's who takes great enjoyment in writing poetry. my poems are selections for all ages. some poems are meant for more mature readers, and others delightful to children.
As you read my poetry, you will immediatly be whisked away on jubilous journeys, be taught the importance of true love, laugh with me at spontanious scenes, and ride by midnight astride a silver silked ... more »

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Macy (Nina) Dvirnak Quotations

  • ''They who dare to dream, will become those who dare to succeed. It is these who hold the future.''
    today's fantasies will be tomorrow's reality. the Wright brothers dared dream of flying which was unreachable and foolish-an already several times fai...
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  • ''Sometimes the wisest thing you can think of to say,
    is to actually- not say anything, at all.''
    'there is a time for advice and a time for silence. those who truly wish to be wise will be able to discern the difference'- Macy dvirnak
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  • ''hurry!
    Scurry!
    never worry!''
    keep up the pace and don't worry
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  • ''the Challenge


    just one question,
    before this challenge be sought-

    Dare thee,
    Or dare thee not?''
    this is a challenge
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  • ''dream

    Wherever there's a will
    there is a way
    and wherever a dream may be
    it dawns into reality
    making the dream come true one day''
    dream on!
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God Spoke

Why is the world here today?
The Lord spoke
Why are we sinners, like sheep gone astray?
The Lord Spoke.
Why all this toil, no comfort of Eden,
Since man didn't obey?
The Lord Spoke.
Why work the dust of the ground, from whence we came,
And eat 'By the sweat of our brow? '
The Lord Spoke.
Why do we, naturally,
Posess the desire to before,
God, want to worship and adore?
The Lord Spoke.
Why is Jesus glorified,
And why, for sinners, did he die?
The God Spoke.
Why shall God return again,
To take away Isreal, His bride?
Why me, a ...

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