PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields
Dotty and Mlady, identical twins, weren’t the kind that seemed like two parts to one whole, communicating telepathically or sharing a language nobody else was privy to. First fighting over who drank from mother’s breast that produced the most milk, to who swam Rubber Ducky around the tub, both sported scratches and bruises that had the neighbors shaking their heads.
When the twins started school, common sense would have said put them in separate classes. Indoor playtime found Dotty building lego skyscrapers that Mlady loved to Godzilla.
Now twenty-one, today they marry identical twin telepathic-like brothers and become next-door neighbors.
Note: I used my cats’ names for the story.
Rochelle Wisoff-Fields is the inspiring host of Friday Fictioneers.