The Girl Next Door: 3

In the chirpy childhood, she was diagnosed with polio at six. The tender innocence was bullied by others of her age.
On the pretext of disobedience, she was expelled from school. The giggles of youth were trampled down when a female teacher sexually assaulted her.
She dreamt of becoming a physician.
Some dark shades of life were still to be felt. She met with an accident which broke down her body; injured was her body and so were her dreams.
Every breath was a burden, she ‘lived dying’ on her bed.
Her broken brush began to draw the strokes of pain for the world to see. Her paintings became a symbol of her suffrages that touched hearts.
The colorful works were the face of her personality. They called her Frida Kahlo, a manifestation of art.

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