Short Stories

THREE WISHES

THREE WISHES

Sarah-Jane Steadman

50 word story

“What do you want for the other two wishes?” asked the Witch.

“Could I repeat the first one, twice?

“No. Not allowed.”

“D’you believe that two people can have the same dream?” asked the man.

“Do you?”

“Yes. I wanted your first wish again, but she said, ‘No. Not allowed’.”

Sarah-Jane blogs as “That Burslem Girl

WEBSITE : https://thatburslemgirl.wixsite.com/website

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