Fatima is a fifteen year old writer that loves to refer to herself in the third tense.
She loves to be very busy and very active.
She can also be daring and over-positive but that's all part of the package.
She dislikes (she wouldn't say hate because it's a word she doesn't know nor feel) humidity, smells, people with no dignity, white-lies even though she has told her fair share, (ex: That looks great on you! 'only it makes you look like a boisterous poodle').
She thinks everybody is beautiful, but some make themselves ugly on the inside by doing horrible things and showing savage feelings.
She has twilight-black hair, dark eyes and, a dimpled smile.
She is a Muslim and proud; anyone against this can keep away.
She believes that there are no limits; the sky is her point of view.
She would love it if you would message her because she's very friendly and open. She is very understanding and loves people to talk and open up to her about discomforts and issues they can't tell people (she can't exactly embarrass you, right?!)
She is good with advice and has a positive view of life and this positivity is extremely contagious. She loves art of all forms.
She doesn't believe in being in love with somebody(but you could try to convince her)
She can be very energetic and childish, yet serious and wise when needs be (she has a very ready sharp tongue that'll pierce you ego if you try her)
She loves to stare at the night-sky with no apparent reason but to let her mind wonder freely through the winding alleys of Inspiration.
Once she makes friends she remains loyal to them.
A couple quotes: In the end it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years, Abraham Lincoln.
Character is like a tree and reputation like a shadow. The shadow is what we think of it; the tree is the real thing, Abraham Lincoln.
She's not a professional writer; she just loves to write.
She is like a rainbow, she appears bright after the rain, but soon she fades away...
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