Prison Visit ©

By Ariv Chelvam
As published by Reader’s Digest’s for the 100 Word Story Competition 2016

Abandoned and disowned, through rain and shine, behind a huge barbed fence dividing society, there I wait for him. He faced the music because of my troubles, but yet we smiled after every incident. I doubt he will smile back at me this time. Six years on, and not a voice nor a glimpse have I had of him.

It was a deal gone wrong. I wanted the reward so badly to repay my growing debt. despite fleeing successfully, I got paranoid. For my happiness and wellbeing, my twin gave himself up. My twin brother wanted me to be successful.

[100 words]


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