A Flower's Testimony

January 19, 2011
By Amy Zhao BRONZE, Cambridge, Michigan
Amy Zhao BRONZE, Cambridge, Michigan
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You pluck me off by the waist,




And you deem me identical to my siblings:





Same flower, same shape, same size.







But look at my skin tone:






I am a bluer shade of lavender.






Feel the tracks of my veins:






They’re thicker than normal.






Carefully measure my arms:





They’re shorter than the average.






You see? We are all different,






Unique in our own ways;






An individual in a group,






A group in an individual…



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