Amira thought she had a perfect life and the ideal family. She was just an average Muslim girl living in America and trying her best to fit on both sides. Being a Middle-eastern alienated her from her American fellows, but growing up in America made her feel like an outlander whenever she visited her remaining family in the Middle East. She did not know which place she belonged to – it was as if she was trying her best to fit in somewhere. She thought her life was perfect despite everything. Therefore, it was until her mother found out that she was dating a boy from her class. At this point, her ideal life seemed to crash around her. Her mother threatened to take her to her uncle, and Amira knew that she had to act quickly before she lost her life. She went through heartbreak and grief of losing herself, only to find her true self still. The people she once deemed as perfect no longer surrounded her. She could see everything that was unfair, slowly uncover right before her eyes.
|Dimensions||20 × 10 × 2 cm|
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