The ones who listen more than they talk.
The ones who are always told that they need to come out of their shell.
This is for the ones who enjoy a party but sometimes need to just walk away.
For the ones who are tired of being overlooked, who are tired of having people think that being quiet is their whole personality.
This is for the ones who have more going on in their heads than most of the world will ever know.
This is for the people who are talked over and ignored because someone said it louder.
This is for the ones who never quite fit in.
This is for all of us who overthink and over analyze.
This is for anyone who has ever had someone think they are sad or angry or in a bad mood just because they had nothing to say at that moment.
This is for everyone who thinks that staying home on a Saturday night with a book, a cup of tea, and a few of your favorite (quiet) people is not a failure but a success.
This is for the ones to whom it is implied that being quiet means you are socially incompetent or need to be taken care of.
This is for anyone who has been accused of being stuck up or arrogant because they are quiet.
This is for all of us who have ever not been invited somewhere because obviously being quiet means we don't want a social life.
This is for all of us who realize that you can't pigeonhole people. That being quiet is not the sum total of a personality just as much as being loud isn't. That, as much as the internet wants us to think otherwise, we are not all divided up into neat little groups of introverts and extroverts. That it is okay to be loud and it is okay to be quiet and it is okay to be both depending on who you are with and what you are doing.
You aren't any better than anyone else but you aren't any worse either. Being quiet is fine. Being quiet is good. I like quiet people.
You can come sit (quietly) on my couch on a Saturday night. I will give you a cup of tea and a good book.
This is for you, the quiet ones.