It's in the story notes. If you don't think that's important, let me tell you that I'm not the only person who will ditch a story because of awful story notes. That typo was particularly unlucky and dangerous!
Author's Response: I'm looking into it right now!
Definitely an odd set of twins, not something I would have thought of, but definitely worth thinking about! Thank you for writing such an original and thought provoking poem. Keep it up!
Author's Response: Thank you for writing such good reviews! I will keep it up. Thanks! I was feeling kind of down about my writing before I read this and now I feel great!
Unusual twins, but quite right in your description and explanation. Well done for another beautiful story/poem!
Author's Response: Thank you! I can't believe how well I write poems. I never thought I was a poet so this is a pleasant surprise. Thank you for reading:))
"catched" - caught or perhaps you mean catches
I like the palindromic rhyme scheme. That is very cool and, of course, twin-like.
The idea f fire being your essence, but that you - for want of a better word - strive for the moon, is also very nice. I thought you could have brought it out a little more in the last line, but it's not a big issue.
The thing with a spellchecker is that it's not in a rush, so it notices when you mistype 'catches' as 'catched' and make it look like you can't even use past participles properly ;)
I see the site lumps favourite stories and authors into one, so I hope it emails me when you update. It's not letting me favourite things at the moment, for some reason.
Author's Response: I understand about caught but I don't know what you're talking about. I'm looking at my copy of Twins right now and I never wrote catched. Excuse me if I'm wrong. Could you tell me where you see it? Hope you figure things out alright:))