For context, Rosie was made fun of by a few people for her perky and optimistic personality, and despite standing up for herself, she was put down again and again, comeback after comeback, before Rosie ran away with the laughing ringing in her ears.
Rosie reached a corner and slowed down to a stop. She walked over to the wall and slid down it, breaking down into cries into her hands. She brought her knees to her chest and whimpered, shaking. They were so mean. Rosie was trying to build a strong reputation but she broke so easily. Rosie felt weak. She buried her face into her knees and shut her eyes.
Rosie used to do that when she was younger. She'd shut her eyes and go silent and feel like she disappeared. Of course, it never worked, but it was her coping mechanism. She should've ran to her room, but the tears were already falling from the start.
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