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Cheri was a young girl of about fifteen years of age She had long beautiful chestnut hair that extended past her arms and green eyes so bright that they could scintillate sparks Although she was rather shorter than average she didnt mind at all Cheri tried to be very distant from people considering the fact that she couldnt speak ever since she was born No matter how hard she tried no words could pass her lips She used to be a more cheerful girl but once her mother Amelia died she grew past exultant and it was beyond impossible to reach that type of happiness she used to feel Though she felt this way she became more observant to the way things were around her and in life One thing she noticed was her sister Dimitria who on other hand was quite contrary Ever since their mother died she was treated harshly and hatefully Cheri wished she could be rebellious and tell Dimitria how much she despised her because of the way she treated her but since she couldnt speak it out loud it was impossible for her to even do so She longed to speak or communicate somehow through her voice She wondered what she would even sound like if she were to converse with someone Maybe sounding loud and woman like or quiet as a mouse She could spend plenty of hours thinking and wondering what it would be like to talk and if she were born normally what it would have been like to talk to her mother Amelia and ask her questions and just ramble off the world to herCheri escaped past the windowed door to back of her house closing it behind her The garden in their yard was quite extraordinary but yet so admirably luxurious The yard began with pulchritudinous white roses and paths that advanced towards
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