Are you an introvert? Most writers are, I think. Who else could sit alone in a room typing for days on end? I say thank goodness for introverts. There are more good qualities among introverts than just the ability to be alone without going nuts. For example, . . .

Please leave a comment with your first 50 words on the topic “introvert.”

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3 Responses to Introvert

  1. cinanim says:

    Introvert. Yes, that would apply. Concerts,big parties, long lines, crowded stores; all these things make me cringe.
    Quiet house, sunny garden , laptop on the couch, husband gone to work, my cell phone dead; all these things make me smile.
    Perhaps I should now explore the word, agoraphobic.

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  3. I sit stil, completely and uselessly still. The world continues in its endless shifts, yet I can no longer move with it. I sit alone, for no one dare to sit beside me, if I even dare to allow them because I want to be on my own. I don’t want anyone to share my seating. Let me crawl within for I cannot survive without.

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