The twins stood outside the room where their parents were arguing from. They had glanced at each other as they listened to their parents. It took less than a second for both Sahil and his brother to agree on visiting their sister. They locked eyes before traveling to their sister's home. Sahil and his brother never liked listening to their parents considering they were against their certain attractions towards their sister. Of course, the twins had never acted that way every second of their lives. Between the three of the siblings, their relationship was interesting. Especially with them as a family. The travel to their sister home wasn't that much of a travel. They eventually arrived at Mira's home and knocked. Sahil and Tegan stood side by side, waiting for their sister to open up as they were unaware of her getting ready for a night out. The glanced at each other, waiting for her to let them in.
Sahil and Tegan stood at the door, still glancing at each other, wondering how long their sister was taking. Usually, it did not take their sister this long, but for some reason they did not know, she did. They gave her a light smiled when the door finally opened. "Mira," Tegan spoke as he leaned against the door frame. "Sahil and I thought it would be nice to just drop by and see what our sister is up to. Is it not right for siblings to drop by?" Tegan questioned Mira. He only glanced over at his brother Sahil, who stepped closer to the doorway. "Now that isn't how you greet your brothers," Sahil added as he looked at Mira. "And why can't we stay?" He questioned her. Both of them never liked their sister's attitude when they dropped by whether it be announced or not.
Tegan stood upright and stood in the way, making sure Mira couldn't close the door. He chuckled as he shook head before sighing, pushing the door away, creating a lesser chance of it closing. "We are not here to cause mischief Mira." He cleared his throat as he did a quick glance at his brother and then back at Mira. "We are here on a more friendlier note," Sahil spoke up as he now stood behind his brother Tegan in the doorway. Tegan took a breath in and let it out. "You may not care, but mother and father are arguing way more now..." He informed his sister as he knew she didn't care, but she should at least know. "And part of it includes arguing whether or not you live." Sahil and Tegan spoke in unison, staring at their sister Mira when the spoke.
Tegan did not budge when his sister slapped his hand. "Will you let us in?" Sahil questioned Mira as the twins wanted to discuss something with her. Neither of them agreed with their parents. They preferred to have their sister alive, but they also didn't want their sister to be out here. Between the twins, they both cared about Mira. There was no need to show anyone how much they cared. " We need to talk to you about something." Tegan spoke, still holding the door open.
Tegan and Sahil glanced at each other before fully stepping in and shutting the door behind them. "You have to hear us out Mira." He commented as they made their way to the living room. "And we know that you rather not hear it," Sahil spoke, knowing his sister so well. Tegan found himself sitting in one of the chairs, smiling at her. "Again, if you just listen to what we have to say, Tegan and I will head home and let you enjoy whatever you have today," Sahil spoke, knowing how much Mira would push back him and his brother Tegan.
The twins at each other and then looked at Mira, giving her a genuine smile. They were not fazed by her frustration and anger. "We swear and it is something you will want to sleep on," Teagan promised Mira as he spoke up. "And we will screw off." He added as both brothers sat in either the chair and the sofa. "Mind you, mother and father have nothing to do with this." Tegan pointed out as he did not take his eyes off of his sister Mira. They did their best to explain to their sister what they wanted to tell her. The twins hoped their sister would think about it and let them know as soon as possible.
The twins looked at each other as they stepped in, finding a seat on the couch and chair. Sahil looked at his sister and thought for a bit, arranging the words in his head, making sure he was going to phrase it right. "In truth Mira, Tegan and I have had a little chat with mother." He began. "Tegan and I believe that you will appreciate what we tell you." Tegan cleared his throat, ready to tell Mira. "Mother agreed to stop asking for you to bear a child only if you are unable to after one year," Tegan informed her. "Of course, we assumed you would take it as a good thing."
Tegan stood up and walked to the bottom of the stairs before yelling up to his sister. "How would you know Mira?" He pointed out. "You may think that mother had pulled back with all of this, but in reality, she has never pulled back for all of this." He added since it was true. "Whether you believe it or not, that is your problem." He sighed to himself as he glanced over at his brother Sahil and then back up to the stairs. "So, Sahil and I are heading out now." He motioned for Tegan to start heading towards the door. "We will be back only if you believe us." He added before walking out with his brother Tegan, closing the front right behind him.
The twins had arrived home from doing their daily mischief in the middle plane. Their chatting was paused once they noticed Mira. " Is there a reason why you are in our room and are upset?" Tegan questioned his sister as he walked over and sat down next to her. For two weeks Tegan and Sahil had stopped visiting their sister. The two of them did understand that she has a life to live. "Your brothers Sahil and I are willing to listen to what ever you need to say." He added.
Tegan and Sahil glanced at each other and sighed. "Mom is not going to kill you. And if she was going to have you killed, she would have done it already." Sahil commented as his brother placed a hand on Mira's back. "You know mom is all bark and no bite..." Tegan pointed out since it was all true. "Anyways, if she does, your brother Sahil and I will make sure that won't happen." He assured her. Between him and his twin Tegan they would never want their sister Mira to be killed. They were family and cared about her, probably more than Mira could imagine. "What Tegan means is that we will back you up." He restated.
Tegan knew his sister was right about it, but there was more to it. "Okay fine, you have a point with all of that, but you are also our sister and we do care about you." He spoke as agreed with her. He did glance at his brother Sahil as he began to rub her back. "Mira, even if we wanted to, we would have asked permission," Sahil added. "Right, Tegan?" Tegan nodded and gave her a light smile. The twins might have small cravings and would love to get Mira to bear either of their children, but they wanted it to be on her terms, not theirs.
Welcome back. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.