The introverted part of me could be in a room full of people and still want to be alone, having that night’s solo adventure.

I go to parties, very much looking forward to seeing people and chatting with them, and yet I always manage to find myself alone in the quiet at some point during the night. Be it on the empty strip of beach, a lonely rooftop, or in an abandoned room, I find it.

I always thought that was the attention-seeking part of me, wanting someone to come find me. That’s part of it, but there’s also my inner introvert saying it needs a break and wants a moment of separation to enjoy the sky, the air, or some silence.


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I'm a writer and an even bigger reader. Cat lover. Dreamer with a wandering soul. I'm twenty-three years old, obviously, and I have been writing since I was a teenager. I had major writer's block when I was at university and so now I'm trying to get out of it and express myself with this site.

6 thoughts on “Introvert”

  1. Even though I’m an extrovert for the most part, I still have always found myself wanting to separate from the crowd at some point during social events, just to kind of take a breather, or to hear my thoughts, whatever the reason, I always seem to do it. I get what you’re saying.

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  2. I think we all need to reflect upon ourselves from time to time, what maybe the reason for wanting to be alone in the crowds could be the noise around perhaps. When we can’t hear our own voices we tend to go looking for them..just babbling 🙂

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