i have read the last leaf written by o henry. i couldn’t understand old behrman’s masterpiece until i met a gentleman that day.
last year, i took a speech training class in my spare time. before graduation, our teacher gave us an assignment of making a speech in public places. what a surprising test! it made me feel nervous and excited.
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in my opinion, love can be the support from a stranger, like the last leaf drawn by old behrman, like the smile given by the foreign gentleman. terri once said, “love is in front and all around us.” that is, love has no boundaries as long as you would like to give with sincerity.