In the territorial division wherever I grew up, there was a adult female who could cry flowers; tears bacilliform into delicate honeysuckles, calla lilies, tulips, and breathing hydrangeas. I don't think why the flowers were so different each time. I'm not even sure she couldn't shape the petals, unremembered dreams forming the blossoms. I'd retributory rapt to town in the middle of the schoolhouse year, an unknown and still unlabeled new member of the herd.
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This story is about a esoteric girl who cries dishy flowers as an alternative of tears. She thinks exclusively of sad things so she can provide blossoms to the villagers. fuss starts when she fallsin sexual love and thinks only happy thoughts.
The girlwhocriedflowers : and other tales (Book, 1974) [WorldCat.org]
New York, Crowell (OCo LC)568385818Online version: Yolen, Jane.