Children, Depression, Fiction, Halloween, Human behaviour, Love, Psychology

Ugly & Invisible

Everybody saw ugly in her. They did not dare to touch her or lightly pull her cheek when she was sad. When the other little girls dressed up and twirled around happily, she would sit in silence. Nobody noticed the pretty little child who was crying inside for some love. All she needed was an assurance. On Halloween, she decided to paint the rest of her face as pale as the hated patch on her right cheek. “What are you supposed to be?” Everybody asked in wonder. “An invisible ghost,” she replied.

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