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Presents From My Aunt In Pakistan
 

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    • Presents from my aunts in Pakistan
      Traditional Pakistani aunties all sitting together and getting ready to send presents over to England.
    • Although she admires the bangles, they cause her pain and discomfort when she puts them on.
      Candy stripped glass bangles
      Snapped, drew blood
    • My aunts chose an apple green sari, silver bordered for my teens
      Her aunts send her traditional clothes from Pakistan and at this time, she feels appeal and beauty to the senses.
    • My costume clung to me and I was aflame
      The speaker is feeling suffocated by the clothes and refers to it being a costume. This tells me that she doesn't feel comfortable wearing it and feels like she doesn't have the right to wear it.
    • Indian gold, dangling, filigree
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      my aunts requested cardigans from marks and Spencer's.
    • My salwar kameez
      Didn’t impress the schoolfriend.
      The speaker has a lot of courage to show her friend her salwar kameez. Her friend doesn’t react positively and she feels embarrassed and hurt.
    • She’s having flashbacks and has memories of Pakistan. She feels like she’s missing out on her traditional culture.
      Sometimes I saw Lahore....
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