Strange reflections- 6 minutes story

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This picture shows the image of a young girl standing on the edge of a water source, by herself, but there is a reflection of her and another girl in the water.


Allison started laughing hysterically when she found out that she was the one without a corporeal form.

She hadn’t realized that she was a ghost and it was her sister Jenny who was standing alone on the edge of the water. But looking upwards, she suddenly realized that Jenny was standing there all by herself and what she had imagined, the unbreakable bond that had existed between her and her sister was broken the day she had drowned.

Well after this realization, Allison felt very light and liberated. She was free to float away to her heavenly abode while Jenny still had lots of living to do. She wished her sister goodbye and disappeared. But even after so many years of her death,, Jenny sometimes feels her shadow.

Written for 6 minutes stories, hosted by Christine

Also included FSS # 70, hosted by Fandango




61 thoughts on “Strange reflections- 6 minutes story

  1. I cannot imagine how a twin feels at the loss of a sibling, from birth or after. Elvis Presely appaently also had a twin brother! If twins feel so connected how do other multiple births feel??

    I just read a headline last week about an adult twin sister who died infront of her sister (and another)… I didn’t read the story. I don’t know the cause and cannot imagine the grief.

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      1. There was a head line story about twins who were reunited after 13 years after being seperated at birth… I can’t imagine not knowing you were a twin (or mulitple) and maybe feeling some connection to another but being unable to reconcile it.


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