Wild Mulberries

Katya picked up a bucket of wild mulberries with a friend of hers.

Katya and I had them together.

Silkworms eat mulberry leaves. When I was in elementary school, for my scientific project, I once kept them until they made cocoons. I had to collect mulberry leaves every two days. I picked up mulberries, too.

Silkworms were very white. It was fun to see them grow. I sold the cocoons to a silk factory in my hometown. The factory has long been gone.

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