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It is the following break, Carrie finds nobody to sit with and instead, eats in the presence of only herself. To her conscience, she exclaims, “I can’t blame anybody but myself for this. After all, who would want to befriends with somebody as fat and lonely as me?”
The bell rings and as she is on her way to History, her least favourite subject, she notices another piece of coal hidden between the wilting flowers of the bushes.
During this class, Carrie receives an a-typical failing mark, and is extremely disappointed in herself as a result. “I shouldn’t be surprised, I’m a failure anyways.”
After a bad day, as Carrie waits for the bus after school, her eyes scan yet another piece of coal. She remains perplexed.
That night, Carrie stops the negative words which pour out of her mouth like the water of a faucet. While looking at her image in the mirror, she says, “You know what Carrie? Look at you. You are beautiful, you are smart and you are loved. You can do anything. You are unstoppable.”
“For something as dull and colourless as coal to turn into something as unique and marvellous as a diamond, first it must undergo a significant pressure. I made it. I am a diamond.”
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