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That Girl . . . .

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She was the kind of girl who was usually quiet in large groups of people or around a lot of people. She always heard everyone but kept her response to bare minimum. It was like you only saw the real her if you were close to her. No one could actually guess that she’d be a revelation thereafter. She smiled and laughed a lot, especially at the most inappropriate times.
She was crazy and a hopeless romantic. Sometimes she was weird and sometimes like an angel. She was moody, crazy but very simple and honest.
She tripped over life’s struggles and relished every joy life gifted her. And she was the hardest person to offend but sometimes the smallest of things made her feel horrible.
She hated sharing her problems with anyone because she never liked anyone worrying about her. But whenever anyone around her, be it her friend or even a stranger wanted to share some stuff, she was the most obvious choice they had. She was a great listener. She was the living definition of a giver coated with simplicity and beauty who always preferred to think than to talk.
She was awkward, clumsy, weird, shy, simple, boring and sometimes strange…..But she’d accepted all the situations. Her presence was weak and people often unintentionally ignored her, but she accepted herself wholeheartedly. And that’s why she was Different. She was not like the other girls. She was happy and did not feel alone, because she was her own best friend. πŸ™‚

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23 thoughts on “That Girl . . . .”

  1. This was a nice piece, well written. The girl you described sounds like a wonderful person. I think she would be a good friend. I am sure by listening and not speaking she was more compassionate, understanding, and intelligent than the rest of us. A lot of people open their mouth, say so much worthless stuff, and stick their foot in their mouth all the time. Old saying – “Open Mouth, insert Foot!”

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