Introducing Yourself Alphabetically

INTRODUCING YOURSELF ALPHABETICALLY

Amused, bemused castaway
Delinquent, evanescent, fugitive

Gabbles heedlessly
Incorrigibly juvenile

Knotty

Loves music

Ne’er-do-well
Occupationally puzzled

Quietly rabid
Silently troubled

Unaccountably vain
Witless Xenaphile

Yea-sayer

Zany!

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Amused – pleasurably entertained, occupied, or diverted; aroused to mirth.
Bemused – bewildered or confused; lost in thought; preoccupied.
Castaway – a shipwrecked person; an outcast; anything cast adrift or thrown  away.
Delinquent – failing in or neglectful of a duty or obligation; a person who is delinquent.
Evanescent – vanishing; fading away; fleeting.
Fugitive – having taken flight, or run away; fleeting; transitory; elusive; wandering, roving or vagabond.
Gabbles – speaks or converses rapidly and unintelligibly; jabbers.
Heedlessly – carelessly; thoughtlessly; unmindfully.
Incorrigibly – bad beyond correction or reform.
Juvenile – of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or suitable or intended for young persons; immature; childish; infantile.
Knotty – involved, intricate, or difficult.
Ne’er-do-well – useless; worthless; an improvident, irresponsible, or lazy person.
Occupationally – of that which chiefly engages one’s time.
Puzzled – to be perplexed or confused; to ponder or study over some perplexing problem or matter.
Rabid – irrationally extreme in opinion or practice; furious or raging; violently intense.
Troubled – concerned, worried; exhibiting emotional or behavioural problems.
Unaccountably – incomprehensibly, mysteriously.
Vain – excessively proud of or concerned about one’s own appearance, qualities,
achievements, etc.; conceited; proceeding from or showing personal vanity; senseless or foolish.
Witless – nitwitted, senseless, soft witted.
Xenaphile – No, this is not a typo, nor does it mean that I love foreigners (apart from the Warrior Princess of course)
Yea sayer – a person with an optimistic and confident outlook; a person who habitually
agrees with or is submissive to others.
Zany – ludicrously or whimsically comical; clownish.

About Ben Naga

The Spirit that graces me with its passing has no name and stems not from thoughts and words, though it gathers them up as it flows, but from feeling.

Posted on July 17, 2015, in Poetry and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. Reblogged this on Gentle Kindness and commented:
    I think the idea of introducing yourself alphabetically is cute, so I wanted to try it. You can write one of your own and send me the link here at Annie’s poetry.

    Artistic, betrayed, caring.
    dancing. empathetic,
    faulty , growing,
    has imagination, J?,
    kind, loving, musical,
    not overly predictable,
    questioning, reasoning,
    sensual, targeted,unique,
    very warm,
    x-rated, yearning, Zest for something more

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  2. I’m wondering how much time this took, Ben. Very clever and interesting!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Adorable (…writer)
    Bruised
    Chickpeas
    Deep
    Excitable
    Filthy (I hate grooming myself! D: AND cleaning 😥 )
    Glamorous (I am it and you know it)
    Honest (most of the times)
    Ish-ish (ishness with ish-ish ishfulness)
    Kam-packed (..brain)
    Keen (…nerd)
    Lover-lover-loving-lover-of-loving-lovers
    Mental (I am only 110% mental, OK?)
    No-Nonsense-Nonsense
    Opinionated
    Peculiar
    Questionable
    Restless
    Shy
    Tom-boy-ish
    Unfinished-ish
    Variable
    Whimsical
    Xenodochial (that/who is friendly to strangers)
    Youthful
    Zealous (and jealous)

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  4. It is you😁😁😁😁

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