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Michaela Obiageli Izuchukwu

At six I was tall but not tall enough I was too small to sit in the front seat on the way home from school or
drinking fountains I was even too small for the sinks in the bathroom.
But just right for the monkey bars the right to scream and yell when I didn't get my way. Or to jump in my
father's arms yelling daddy with joy and happiness as he walks through the door from work.
I remember the days when I dressed up in my sister's clothes and sang songs while pretending to have a
fashion show.

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