This blog is all about those puzzles, my puzzles.
she doesn’t want it to be healed
maybe she doesn’t want to feel anymore pain
that same kind of hot white pain
when you dab some alcohol
onto your fresh wound
she already had a taste of it
and she doesn’t need more
maybe she doesn’t want a scar
that will mar her skin
show it to the whole world
let people wondering
'what had caused it?'
she doesn’t need attention it created
or maybe she just want to remember
that she deserve the wound
that there’s no escape
that it will always be there
for her cruel reminder
she doesn’t want to do the same mistake
there’s a story
of a girl
who likes to hide
behind a pretty little bandaid
pretending she was okay
saying ‘it’s just a tiny cut’
laughing it off
as if it doesn’t matter
even when the wound
start to sting like mad
she just snub it
and chant to herself
'i don't see any wound
there’s no pain at all’
it is ignored, that wound
it begin to rot, that wound
and still she dismiss
that ugly gnawing wound
for all she could see
everyone could see
that pretty bandaid of hers
I took some tests and the result are…
~INTP from http://www.mypersonality.info/
yes! yes! yes!
~Phlegmatic from http://temperaments.fighunter.com
Eeeh I don’t know~ If I say myself, I’m more likely a melancholic (but I have to agree on indecisive trait lol)
~I get the same score on type 3, type 5, type 9 http://www.9types.com/
Bwha.. this is hard. I have difficulty in choosing one of those three D:
I always thought I am type 9, but I now I think I have changed…into type 5, or type 3 maybe?
*no conclusion, duh!
But if you ask me to choose.. I choose type 5
~I got Slytherin on http://pottermore.com/
I know Pottermore has a not reliable algorithm for sorting (One person could get all 4 hour houses in different set of questions) but when I was sorted into Slytherin and read the welcome letter of Slytherin, I sort of… felt welcomed
I just realized (no actually I found this long ago but.. :p) I use parentheses a lot huh?
See? I already uses a pair in this post
Adding detail? Err no I don’t pay attention to detail that much.
Make clear of something? Maybee…(sometimes)
The right answer is because I like to respond to myself :3 (No no I’m not crazy.)
Hey hey speaking of crazy… oneday (..or I should say some days) my mother nabbed me talking to myself in audible voice and she advised me to go to psychiatrist in a serious tone. That made me went ’what? o.O’ (but actually I almost said okay to that offer, just wanted to know what it’s like to be counseled but I thought ‘ahh what a waste of money, the psychiatrist won’t be able to make a life-changing advice becausee I am still sane) She must had thought that I’ve gone barmy, or at least in the path of losing my sanity. Is it that weird? To speak to no one particularly, I mean. What do you think? If I said that I DELIBERATELY speak out aloud (just in a murmur voice and most likely not in the tone of having conversation with someone) to no one, what’s that called? demented? or grumbling? oh maybe it’s called MUMBLING?
…..or am I indeed barking mad? umm.. ha..haha.. no, right? o.O
I have seen many amazing blogs (some are my friends’, they’re awesome). Just from the number of their entries I immediately knew that they’re avid writer. From the content I saw their passion. And from the times of my coming back to their blog I found that their writing addicting (lol or maybe I’m just a
nosy curious person?)
To be honest, I’m envious toward them (not with ill intention of course). I always want to be able to make such well-crafted words like they could. But every time I tried to adopt their beautiful-lengthy-inspiring style of writing into a post I always ended up with my usual brief-descriptive-to the point kind of writing. I guess that’s just the way I am, prim and stiff (ha!). My ability to make a small talk is as good as a deaf tone person’s (that’s me too) to sing— It could induce a painful experience. When I’m about to say something I can’t help but think ‘Is this necessary to said?’, ‘Have I said this before?’, ‘Will this makes me sound stupid?’, ‘Is this important enough to say?’ etc, well to make it short: I overthink things. That doesn’t mean I hate small talk, I like it (if the topic is amusing or if the teller is amusing). Though I like deep conversation better.