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I am more

by Terry

I am more than my fingerprints. My DNA is only part of my identity. I am not my eye color, my height, my weight, my social security number or the date of my birth. I am not my secret password or my mother's maiden name. I am a daughter. I am a mother.
I am the places I have lived, the people I have loved. I am memory, I am sorrow, I am joy.
I am the sum of my parts. I am more.

I am more by Terry
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