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As the time for the speech approached I could not have felt more nervous I reviewed the key words in my head over and over wiped the sweat running down my cheeks and dreamed of returning home with 1st place title As soon as my name was announced I walked to the front of the audience Despite my attempt to concentrate I couldnt help but notice that as soon as they saw meand in particular my featuresthe faces in the audience began to change from expectation to disgust I began my speech I made eye contacts as I was ordered Anytime I look up I saw parents staring at me with contempt while their children- I assumed- whisper either how much they hate me or narrate rumors full of slanders Then some student shout I thought you would mention how retarded you look when your wear that suit Chinese and laughter rose from back seats I tried hard not to get interrupted and fixated on the paper I felt like it has gone flawless until I hear footsteps coming from the exit door I looked up and realized that many people were leaving What is going on I told myself Turning my head for help I saw the director teacher sipping his tea He suddenly got up and threw a glance at me When I was sure he would announce that the program was not over yet he sat back down and grinned I was in unconscious mode I finished and rapidly left the stage before tears assaulted my eyes I gave up all hopes of having myself acknowledged there Today a framed photo welcomes you On the photo the first detail you perceive will be a little child crying on the backseat He is wearing a suit sweeping tears away with an inlaid handkerchief and embracing a trophy tightly Since he won a prize what is he crying for you will likely say
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