Why Don’t I Talk ?

Why don’t I talk?

Because I am thinker not talker

Because I think before I speak

Because I love observing

Because I choose words wisely

Because I hate small talks

Because I am bad at expressing

Because I am slow to open up

Because I seek peace in chaos

Because I don’t seek approval from others

Because I seek true friendship instead of fake acquaintance

Because I hate to reveal

Because I am a mystery hard to solve

Because it’s my nature

Because it’s the way I am.

Hopefully the answer to the most asked question is out.

I wrote this one in a train journey when I was sitting silent in group of people.

Let me know your thoughts on this in comment section below.

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  1. I used to be like this back when I was in school. But a year into national service where I’m stuck in camp with my bunkmates 5 days a week, I learnt to talk more and share openly. Though perhaps I can only do so because we all can flame each other and ourselves all in good humour. I don’t think too deeply anymore because it usually gets quite depressing, I leave my thinking and serious self to write my blog and my stupid and immature self to interact with my friends around me. XD

    Although, when someone asks me a serious question, sometimes I end up replying quickly but talking to them a few days later about the same thing after thinking more about it.

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