50 Word Stories: Un-Conjoined and Free.

“Constance,” cried the swirling wind.
“Constance,” wept the rain.
“Constance,” rustled the leaves.
“Constance,” beckoned a voice which cut through them all. “Dear, sister,” she hissed like a spitting cat, “come back.”
But Constance was a clever twin, a wise twin, hiding in the field, holding the stitches in place.

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