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Aheeheeheeheeheeheeheeheehee The Wicked Witch is what theyve alwayscalled me however no one really knows my story It started back when Iwas a child middle school to be precise I was always bullied alwaystaunted Even by my own sister Glinda the sweet superior andbeautiful sister She always rolled with the popular faction because ofher looks I was born with a disease called asklulama disease so myskin was green my hair was creepy nappy black and my face looked likeI had Down syndrome One day in school I wanted to sit with my sister atlunch One of her friends said dorks are not allowed to sit at thistable I blissfully replied Im no dork I am somebody just like you are Weshould all be treated like somebody We should not be malicious to oneanotherShe proclaimed furiously banging her hands on the table yelling YOUARE A NOBODY YOU ARE JUST AUGLY WASTED SPACE What are you Who are you to delineate me as someone as a wastedspace I cried My sister did not even try to defend me She didnt even try to have myback She just sat there and let her talk impolite and cruel to me Myparents even treated me badly When we ate dinner I was not allowed tosit at the dinner table I had to eat in my room or wait until everyoneelse had finish eating then I was able to eat They are always leavingme out I did not ask for any of this skin being green having Downsyndrome my hair or my wicked laugh Why me They treat Glinda like aqueen when she is worthless I am the smart one My grades andvocabulary is outstanding No one notice that though I also give goodadvice but no one listens to me If only people would look at what Ihad on the inside and not the out One day my parents got so sick andtired of me They asked What is wrong with
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