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'The caterpillar didn’t even look up at her before walking out of the windowsill and out of her life, just like everyone else.' - This shows me what her life is like. I love this piece so much because the protagonist is talking to something that can't talk back to her. You can have so many feelings while doing this. Getting your words out into the open make things more real. You did a great job on this!
Lonliness. I think everyone feels like this sometimes. I also feel sad because this woman doesn't want to see what's coming up in her future. I know that the future can be scary at times, but you know, a second ago, you were living in the past. Now you're in the present. And in another second, you'll be into the future. Which is a funny thing to think about. This feeling of not wanting to grow-up is very relatable. We don't want things to change. We don't want to finish high-school, because college seems dark and foreboding. We don't want to have to buy everything that we need. And yet we all must move on. God will equip us with what we need as we grow up in His world.
Are these your thoughts? Or did you simply have inspiration to use empathy? (This is typically the reason for me). ;)
Very well done! Your title was intriguing, and made me want to read more.
One note: You may want to separate this into a few paragraphs so that it's easier to read.
Besides that, great job!