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My Reflection

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My Reflection

I am a normal child. At least, I thought I was, until my reflection talked to me. One day I was in the bathroom brushing my teeth when my reflection said “You have kale between your front ones.” I screamed and ran out of the bathroom. The next day, I believed it was a dream and to reassure myself, I tried staring at myself in the mirror. I stood in front of it and nothing happened. I was just about to walk away when someone said, “You’re shirt is inside out.” I turned around and there was my reflection staring at me. I thought, that was just my mom, and started walking away. “Don’t go away!” said a voice. It was my reflection! My reflection explained to me that she was lonely and needed company. Now, everyday I say “hi” to my reflection in the mirror.

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