I often get ridiculed for being different, but I don't care. People make fun of me because I am who I am, but I don't care. People judge me, laugh at me, and make me cry, but I don't care. I love being different and unique. I fear being the same as everyone else. If there were another me out there in the world... I'd be scared... I'm a bit freaky and absolutely weird. And I love it that way. I like being who I am. I like knowing that I am the only me running around. And I like to know that it will stay that way. Who wants to be like me other than me? I can't name a single person. And I like it that way.
PoeticRejection PoeticRejection
26-30, F
6 Responses Jul 24, 2007

lol I understand. But don't worry, I have no intentions whatsoever of becoming "part of the herd". Thats a scary idea to me and I want no part of it. We lose who we are if we become everyone else.

i completley agree with you and i love who you are lol.<br />
never let ppl control who you are, what you want to become.<br />
i let ppl do that, my parents and school. i'm bisexual, but i was taught by my parents and the enviroment at school that it wrong liking the same sex.<br />
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i've only just stopped supressing the feelings like a month ago and i feel great. i am sooooo happy because of it.<br />
sorry i'm ranting.<br />
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the point i'm trying to make is to not change who you are ever to fit in, it just makes you less happy and less of a person and more of some sort of sheep. a part of the herd.

Well, thank you very much! I appreciate that. The same goes for you. :)

Oh, yes, definitely. I think the uniqueness and individuality we have is what makes us truly beautiful people.

Wow that is some lipstick! How were you able to achieve so much at such a young age? No two snowflakes are alike, no fingerprints, etc., so too individuals are truly individual in their experiences in life and their feelings and reactions to life. Though similar no two are alike thus enabling distinctions. That is the greatest attribute of the human race individuality!

How do you know your so different? How do you know there isn't another soul in the town over or the next state who is being mocked for their complexities, their distinctiveness. How would you feel? Why would it be so scarey? Would it be a distaster to find out you lost your individuality? Or the fact that they might understand your fear, your happiness, your love. Might you feel they would make a true companion?