RIVALRY



She was beautiful, gentle, caring and generous ~ an epitome of positivity. Her twin was the opposite though; calculating, envious, messy. All negatives associated with her only.

No wonder, while she was successful, popular and loved by all; her twin was hated, ignored and avoided.

The twin hated her sister. She wanted all that adulation herself that her sister so easily got. But all she received was scorn.

In a mad fit of rage, she axed her twin one day and buried her in the backyard. Within days, fungus and mushroom grew, but could she ever replace her twin? No!


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12 comments:

  1. Captivating as the darkest of dark fairy tales..

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  2. Damn the evil twin. Don't read this to young children.
    (How about "the epitome of ...?)

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  3. They sound as two halves... Too bad no cont. to resolve the story in the positive way.

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  4. fungus and mushroom grew love the picture you paint. love your story

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  5. That's a twist on the good twin/bad twin idea.

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  6. What a tragic story.

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  7. I expect the mushrooms had a bitter taste.

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  8. Jealousy is a dreadful curse, as will be her life from now on.

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  9. Perfect halves - the good and evil. They reside in us.

    Lily

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  10. Evil she was, pure evil,.

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  11. It won't make her happy and perhaps it would be ironic if she then ate the mushrooms which are poisonous.

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  12. thanks a lot everyone :-)

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