With this quote from Rumi, I wish to stress the difficulty to define oneself in a few words. Either you go for the main traits at the expense of subtlety, but people are full of contradictions and their imperfections and flaws are often their most essential qualities as well. Or you can also use humor or a trick (kinda what I am doing here) to evade the self-summary exercise, in a mildly-convincing attempt to express originality.
In simple words, I hope I am balanced by my contradictions. I like intensity and sensuality, poetic quotes and subversive jokes ; elegant shirts and bars full of dirt. (Am I seriously tryin' to bring rhymes into my summary ?)
I like to watch Rugby and practice Yoga. I value silence (almost) as much as music or intense conversations. My tea cups are plain and Japanese, but the chiseled saucers are Moroccan.
Whenever I take the "Left brain / Right brain" test, you know that one with the spinning ballerina ? I always see her do it clockwise at first (Right brain - Creativity), but after a few seconds, I can have her spin either way. It seems my brain is facing a tough choice between Logic and Feelings.
The second line of my introductory Sufi quote is probably just as important. I believe there is a gem in all of us that gets expressed to its full extent when you share your life with another one.