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Snips Click, click, click, click, pause.
"Done," I said in a monotone voice as I handed the solved Rubik's Cube to Becky.
"How did you do that?!" Becky had seen me solve it at least a hundred times and each time she asked me the same question. Each time I said the same exact thing.
"A series of algorithms," blank look. "A series of movements."
"I still don't get it," her voice was so annoying sometimes.
"Of course you don't," I sighed to myself. Becky re-scrambled the cube, but she seemed distracted. While she was scrambling it, she kept looking at the two doors that lead to the cafeteria.
"Who are you looking for?" I asked, annoyed, as I started solving the cube for the sixth time today.
"Oh, just a guy," her voice shook slightly.
"What are you not telling me?" my mind was officially focused.
"Well, there w
Talking to MyselfIs this really happening? I mean, I'm almost deaf in both ears... Just from a little cold, possibly. I mean I can't hear my computer and I can't listen to my music. But I'm finally deaf to the world. I don't know whether to cheer for joy or to cry from sorrow. This temporary deafness is a blessing and a curse.
I no longer can hear the lies and hurt people tell me, but I can't hear the sweet music of the world. I may sound like a typical teen when I say this but I can't really live without my Bones, or my Psych, or my Criminal Minds. Also I would love to be able to hear the clashing, dark songs of Sweeney Todd outside of my mind.
So is being deaf from the world a blessing or a curse? Right now, it seems more bad than good. Maybe I could do better if I could hear the good and the bad.
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