Anthropomorphism: Giving Inanimate Objects Feelings. This Essay Have Feelings to a Mirror in the Bathroom
Mirror, Mirror On The Wall
Contrasting the whiteness of the clouds to its alive and vivid colors, the brilliant sun at its nadir rose at a snail's pace as dawn quickly turned into morning. Sun rays reflected off my shining body, creating a rainbow on the wall. Morning, the thought crept into my mind. It was like any other day, an average, monotonous day. Yet, to humans, it meant a new beginning filled with adventures.
Still half conscious, I heard the door open, and the girl came in. She stood in front of me for a while, trying to figure out what was wrong. …
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