"ÃÂFour Skinny Trees' From reading the "ÃÂFour Skinny Trees', I've found out many interesting facts that can be inferred from the way Esperanza told her story. First of all, I could infer that Esperanza looks at the trees because she thinks the trees and herself have similar characteristics. I inferred based on these phrases: "ÃÂskinny neck and point elbow like mine'  and "ÃÂfour raggedy excuses planted by the city' . Esperanza thinks the trees are torn which is similar to her wearing tattered cloth.
Second of all, I could infer that the relationship between the trees and her is quite personal for example "ÃÂthey are the only ones who understand me. I am the only one who understands them'  and "ÃÂtheir strength is secret' . This means she has some special feelings towards the trees and thinks she knows their secrets.
Thirdly, I was able to infer about the way she thinks about her life and herself.
She thinks the trees are "ÃÂfour who do not belong here but are here' . Same as her life, she thinks that she does not belong to the Mango Street, but just live there. I could also infer that Esperanza appreciates nature because she prefers looking at trees rather than something else, "ÃÂthen it is, I look at trees' .
Most importantly, I could infer that she learns about the fact of life from these trees. These trees are "ÃÂfour who grew despite concrete',  "ÃÂfour who reach and do not forget to reach' , and "ÃÂfour whose only reason is to be and be' . Esperanza learns to grow despite under less privileged circumstances. She also learns to keep reaching for her dreams, fight her life, and to live on, no matter what.