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Descriptive Essay Unicorn FigurineOne of my aunts on my mothers side has always been somewhat distant from our family Unlike most of our relatives we saw her very little No weekends were spent at her house no family dinners and no friendly gatherings Annually however we would make the long drive to visit her and her family My cousin was about 4 years older than me though we were never all that close something I blamed on the fact that we never really saw each other I was young when this was all happening no older than seven when my aunt gave me a special present for my birthday a small china figurine of a unicorn In my youth I loved all things involving horses something that I wasnt shy about telling everyone I met Though I have collected many horses in my time this one is among my favorites She was not something I played with as the little figurine is meant more so for looking than for touching Her body is a soft creamy white that matches the good china we keep in our kitchen cabinet I could almost dip my fingers into a pool of almond milk her color is so rich and opaque She is so smooth to the touch that it almost as if she is devoid of imperfections and as though you were running your fingers over silky polished glass Where she normally sits on top of my shelf in the shadowed corner of the room she gives off a glossy glow that reflects the light around her in a perfectly subtle yet beautiful way She brings with her a warmth to the otherwise saddened corner accompanied by her friend a small penguin figurineThe gentle contours of her body give her indistinct shadows though they too give off a welcoming glow from her china skin Her dainty golden hooves touch the ground so gently it is though she is
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