I grew up skipping through my father’s fields, enjoying nature with my sister Dot. Sunshine tinged our cheeks a rosy hue as flowers filled our baskets made of straw.
But with time, flowers wilted in their vase, and marriage took my sister ’way from me. Soon wrinkles etched a path across her face; her rosy cheeks have dulled to lifeless gray.
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