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They cautiously approached the old structure, aprehensive of what it may hold inside. By now the feeling of adventure was starting to wear off and Alice was feeling homesick. She wasn't sure if she should turn around and go back to the cave to find a clue of how she could go back, or if she should keep following Hatter, if only just to make sure that he doesn't get himself hurt or into any trouble.
Going inside the house, unaware of its recent inhabitants, they get a very large shock. Sitting on the floor, looking at them as if they were from an entirely other world- which they were- was two boys. The identical twins looked at Hatter and their faces filled with happiness. Smiles as warm as a summer's day filled their faces. Seeing them smile almost made Alice smile too. Hatter asked them why they were there, and it seemed that they had appeared here too, been in this terrible wold for weeks, unable to find a way home.
Being stuck in a weird, twisted wonderland seems to help them become friends easily and so they chatted and chatted, all night until they simply fell asleep. They spoke about their lives, and their journey here, their hope that they would find a way home and back to their normal, respective lives. Making the promise to take the memories of their journeys with them as they go and keeping their new friends close to their hearts. They became almost inseparable through the simplest exchange of words, which only seemed to motivate them even more. They can only imagine what they may have to do to get home. THE END.
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