Introductions.

”I believe introductions are in order”, they said in a well mannered choir. As they all stated names and origins I stood silent and hid my eyes behind the curtains of my hair. Age, hobbies, life goals and other uninteresting facts. When it was my turn I simply looked up, a crescent shaped smile on my lips. I did no attempt to unveil my face but instead spoke from behind the birds nest on my head. ”You’ll know me in time, but until that day let me remain a riddle wrapped mystery.” Pretentious as I was (am) I wanted them to form their own opinion, not from assumptions but from experience.

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