Someone stole one of my Lotus plants already

The lady only sold us two lotus plants, after begging her to sell them to us for many days, maybe months! Now, one has been stolen already, especially the large and beautiful and healthy one. I have been waiting for the flower to appear right before my eyes, as pink as the shirt I am wearing, as a surprise to make my smile more beautiful and meaningful. Well, I love pink and pink lotus so much, that’s why I wear pink almost every day. And I wear yellow too, of course, not just pink! Well, my plant is so beautiful. Cannot blame the person who stole it, or took it without our permission. Who does not love that super gorgeous green plant! I would cry if, and only if I know how to cry. The problem is, I was born to smile, and I only know how to smile!

Well, whoever took my lotus plant, please take good care of it. You must keep your eyes on this gorgeous plant wide open, in case someone else would sneak in to take that a way, same way you did to Jendhamuni.

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