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Twins

He looked at the babies sleeping peacefully

in front of him.  He hated them, and he

resented them.  The doctors had warned

them Carol shouldn’t become pregnant,

but he had convinced her that it would be fine.

Now the love of his life was gone, and he was

stuck with the results of his selfishness.

This is a part of Friday Flash 55.  Visit Mr. Know It All for more great entries.

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12 thoughts on “Twins

  1. Teresa…
    This was fantastic.
    You can really write up a storm, I remember you.
    Excellent 55 My Friend.
    Sad…But awesome!
    Thanks for playing today, and have a Kick Ass Week-End.

  2. ACK…let’s hope that he lives to Carol through the new littles. 🙂 We can only hope. Very well done my friend. Have a wonderful weekend 🙂

  3. Ouch. That is a painful 55
    very well written

    thanks for linking up to One Shot – love the pretty picture to the right
    moon smiles

  4. Something similar happened to my paternal grandfather. His second wife, a Native American woman, bore him twins, then promptly lost her mind and spent the rest of her life in an institution. True story.

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