A Hundred Voices

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Young Adult  |  House: Booksie Classic
Anna feels like she isn't normal but she remembers who doesn't mind her being that way.

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Submitted: May 25, 2015

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Why can't I be normal? No matter how hard I try, I can't get anything right. All I can think about is why I am here. Why do I exist? To be someone with no common sense? To be a girl who says whatever comes to her mind? My mom and dad tell me work hard but when I get good grades they tell me book smarts doesn't matter in this world. I wanted to cook them diner but I burt it. I'm not street smart and I can't cook but I do have friends. My friends are different from your friends, yours live in houses while mine live in my head. Whenever I hear myself telling me I am useless a hundred voices tell me otherwise. They are the one's that love me. I don't have to watch what I say or have common sense, my friends accept me for that. I don't have to be perfect or even normal because if I was I wouldn't have them with me. Sitting in my room, the corners of my mouth rises to my once tear stained cheeks. My friends said I don't need family because all I need is them. 


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