8 the blood she saw her brother

8 year-old Kali realized how terrible her situation was. She pinched her nose in disgust at the sight of the traffic and cars honking, as well as the strong smell of gas oil that filled her nostrils. She was waiting for her desperate parents as they were trying to snag some face masks that the president, Ram Nath Kovind, was handing out. Often, Kali felt helpless. She lived in India and it was very polluted and poor, yet their population was incredible. She remembered the rashes she had at the back of her neck and the time when she couldn’t go to school because the air pollution was so strong. Her mind flashed back to the blood she saw her brother cough out and when her unborn baby sister died because her mother was so sick. She spotted her parents and pushed through the large crowd. Suddenly, she found herself on the ground- face first, she tasted blood at the back of her mouth. Kali knew that it would be useless to tell her parents because they had already spent so much money on healthcare for her brother, they couldn’t afford for anything to happen to her. Her fingers dug through the powdery floor for her hijab that had fallen off when she fell, but found a bunch of ash from crushed up cigarettes instead. Getting8 year-old Kali realized how terrible her situation was. She pinched her nose in disgust at the sight of the traffic and cars honking, as well as the strong smell of gas oil that filled her nostrils. She was waiting for her desperate parents as they were trying to snag some face masks that the president, Ram Nath Kovind, was handing out. Often, Kali felt helpless. She lived in India and it was very polluted and poor, yet their population was incredible. She remembered the rashes she had at the back of her neck and the time when she couldn’t go to school because the air pollution was so strong. Her mind flashed back to the blood she saw her brother cough out and when her unborn baby sister died because her mother was so sick. She spotted her parents and pushed through the large crowd. Suddenly, she found herself on the ground- face first, she tasted blood at the back of her mouth. Kali knew that it would be useless to tell her parents because they had already spent so much money on healthcare for her brother, they couldn’t afford for anything to happen to her. Her fingers dug through the powdery floor for her hijab that had fallen off when she fell, but found a bunch of ash from crushed up cigarettes instead. Getting up and dusting herself off, she watched her parents hurry over, she knew that she had a long journey ahead of her, and it was going to be a frightening one. up and dusting herself off, she watched her parents hurry over, she knew that she had a long journey ahead of her, and it was going to be a frightening one.