(365) Words. I Am:

This project is simply for the logical, quirky side of me that has to have a definition for everything; even myself.
If you enjoy, I am so happy! If you do not, I apologize, but I must do this for the sake of my peace of mind.

I: shy.
II: self-centered.
III: empathetic.
IV: an explorer.
V: a querist.
VI: kind.
VII: patient.
VIII: forgiving.
IX: a lover.
X: comforting.
XI: enigmatic.
XII: magnetic.
XIII: a bookworm.
XIV: this poem:

I’m the girl swaying in the wind
I’ve got all sorts of gadgets hanging from my neck
‘Cause I don’t want to risk losing a moment with you.

I found I loved how your eyes glisten with the sun
With the simple snap of a button.
I discovered a world of intrigue in your hands
With a soft click.
I’ve forever captured the way you walk in Autumn
& if you listen real close, you can hear the sound of the leaves beneath your feet.
I’ve silenced your laugh, but I’ll always hear it ringing in my ears.
I’ve frozen that smile in your eyes …

So I’ll never forget the taste of your smile
The sweet scent of your laugh
Or the feel of your walk beside me
Because I’m the girl swaying in the wind
& I’ve got all sorts of gadgets hanging around my neck
Just so I never forget,
Never lose,

A moment with fleeting you.

XV: influential.
XVI: a book with torn pages.
XVII: full of words.
XVIII: someone who can laugh at their own mistakes.
XIX: logical.
XX: sensible.
XXI: talkative.
XXII: big-hearted.
XXIII: soft-hearted.
XXIV: artistic.
XXV: human.
XXVI: intelligent.
XXVII: gullible.
XXVIII: stubborn.
XXIX: strong.
XXX: a poet.
XXXI: a writer.
XXXII: passionate.
XXXIII: focused.
XXXIV: determined.
XXXV: spiritual.
XXXVI: full of love.
XXXVII: loving.
XXXVIII: spunky.
XXXIX: this quote: “Her heart was a secret garden, and the walls were very high.”
XL: a bibliophile.
XLI: rain.
XLII: punctual.
XLIII: discreet.
XLIV: Harrowing.
XLV: Obscure.
XLVI: Sinful.
XLVII: Luscious.
XLVIII:

This quote:

I
Crave
a
Love
So
Deep
The
Sea
Would
Be
Jealous

XLIX: Ambiguous.
L: This quote:

A DEDICATION

She lends her pen
to thoughts of him
that flow from it
in her solitary.

For she is his poet
And he is her poetry.

Lang Leav

LI: Quirky.
LII: Fun-sized.
LIII: Informative.
LIV: Creative.
LV: Booksmart.
LVI: Right-minded.
LVII: Infinite.
LVIII: Lucky.
LVIX: Blessed.
LX: Tiresome.
LXI: Crafty.
LXII: a bird.
LXIII: Nerdy.
LXIV: Neverending.
LXV: An escapist.
LXVI: Happier.
LXVII: Lost.
LXVIII: A bright language.
LXIX: Redundant.
LXX: Tangible.
LXXI: A collector.
LXXII: Adaptive.
LXXIII: Ornery.
LXXIV: Ataraxia.
LXXV: Boisterous.
LXXVI: This quote:

I write only because there is a voice within me that will not be still.

Sylvia Plath.

LXXVII:
LXXVIII:
LXXIX:
LXXX:
LXXXI:
LXXXII:
LXXXIII:
LXXXIV:
LXXXV:
LXXXVI:
LXXXVII:
LXXXVIII:
LXXXIX:
XC:
XCI:
XCII:
XCIII:
XCIV:
XCV:
XCVI:
XCVII:
XCVIII:
XCIX:
C:
CI:
CII:
CIII:
CIV:
CV:
CVI:
CVII:
CVIII:
CIX:
CX:
CXI:
CXII:
CXIII:
CXIV:
CXV:
CXVI:
CXVII:
CXVIII:
CXIX:
CXX:
CXXI:
CXXII:
CXXIII:
CXXIV:
CXXV:
CXXVI:
CXXVII:
CXXVIII:
CXXIX:
CXXX:
CXXXI:
CXXXII:
CXXXIII:
CXXXIV:
CXXXV:
CXXXVI:
CXXXVII:
CXXXVIII:
CXXXIX:
CXL:
CXLI:
CXLII:
CXLIII:
CXLIV:
CXLV:
CXLVI:
CXLVII:
CXLVIII:
CXLIX:
CL:
CLI:
CLII:
CLIII:
CLIV:
CLV:
CLVI:
CLVII:
CLVIII:
CLIX:
CLX:
CLXI:
CLXII:
CLXIII:
CLXIV:
CLXV:
CLXVI:
CLXVII:
CLXVIII:
CLXIX:
CLXX:
CLXXI:
CLXXII:
CLXXIII:
CLXXIV:
CLXXV:
CLXXVI:
CLXXVII:
CLXXVIII:
CLXXIX:
CLXXX:
CLXXXI:
CLXXXII:
CLXXXIII:
CLXXXIV:
CLXXXV:
CLXXXVI:
CLXXXVII:
CLXXXVIII:
CLXXXIX:
CXC:
CXCI:
CXCII:
CXCIII:
CXCIV:
CXCV:
CXCVI:
CXCVII:
CXCVIII:
CXCIX:
CC:
CCI:
CCII:
CCIII:
CCIV:
CCV:
CCVI:
CCVII:
CCVIII:
CCVIX:
CCX:
CCXI:
CCXII:
CCXIII:
CCXIV:
CCXV:
CCXVI:
CCXVII:
CCXVIII:
CCXIX:
CCXX:
CCXXI:
CCXXII:
CCXXIII:
CCXXIV:
CCXXV:
CCXXVI:
CCXXVII:
CCXXVIII:
CCXXIX:
CCXXX:
CCXXXI:
CCXXXII:
CCXXXIII:
CCXXXIV:
CCXXXV:
CCXXXVI:
CCXXXVII:
CCXXXVIII:
CCXXXIX:
CCXL:
CCXLI:
CCXLII:
CCXLIII:
CCXLIV:
CCXLV:
CCXLVI:
CCXLVII:
CCXLVIII:
CCXLIX:
CCL:
CCLI:
CCLII:
CCLIII:
CCLIV:
CCLV:
CCLVI:
CCLVII:
CCLVIII:
CCLIX:
CCLX:
CCLXI:
CCLXII:
CCLXIII:
CCLXIV:
CCLXV:
CCLXVI:
CCLXVII:
CCLXVIII:
CCLXIX:
CCLXX:
CCLXXI:
CCLXXII:
CCLXXIII:
CCLXXIV:
CCLXXV:
CCLXXVI:
CCLXXVII:
CCLXXVIII:
CCLXXIX:
CCLXXX:
CCLXXXI:
CCLXXXII:
CCLXXXIII:
CCLXXXIV:
CCLXXXV:
CCLXXXVI:
CCLXXXVII:
CCLXXXVIII:
CCLXXXIX:
CCXC:
CCXCI:
CCXCII:
CCXCIII:
CCXCIV:
CCXCV:
CCXCVI:
CCXCVII:
CCXCVIII:
CCXCIX:
CCC:
CCCI:
CCCII:
CCCIII:
CCCIV:
CCCV:
CCCVI:
CCCVII:
CCCVIII:
CCCVIX:
CCCX:
CCCXI:
CCCXII:
CCCXIII:
CCCXIV:
CCCXV:
CCCXVI:
CCCXVII:
CCCXVIII:
CCCXIX:
CCCXX:
CCCXXI:
CCCXXII:
CCCXXIII:
CCCXXIV:
CCCXXV:
CCCXXVI:
CCCXXVII:
CCCXXVIII:
CCCXXIX:
CCCXXX:
CCCXXXI:
CCCXXXII:
CCCXXXIII:
CCCXXXIV:
CCCXXXV:
CCCXXXVI:
CCCXXXVII:
CCCXXXVIII:
CCCXXXIX:
CCCXL:
CCCXLI:
CCCXLII:
CCCXLIII:
CCCXLIV:
CCCXLV:
CCCXLVI:
CCCXLVII:
CCCXLVIII:
CCCXLIX:
CCCL:
CCCLI:
CCCLII:
CCCLIII:
CCCLIV:
CCCLV:
CCCLVI:
CCCLVII:
CCCLVIII:
CCCLIX:
CCCLX:
CCCLXI:
CCCLXII:
CCCLXIII:
CCCLXIV:
CCCLXV:

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