Look at those redhead twins
Each sporting identical grins
They're all alone
Their hearts are encased in stone
They have stolen many girls' hearts
And they break each one into parts
With one test
At which they're always the best
She had confessed to one, her heart hanging by a thread
The other said, "Why not go out with me instead?"
The girl says yes and thinks, "They are the same,"
The first twin comes out and says, "You should be in shame"
They taunt and tease
Twisting the girl's heart as they please
They didn't even know her name
Yet they had a great fun game
A new girl comes
She's smart and good with sums
She looks like a boy
The twins smile and think they've found their new toy
They decide to play another favorite game
The outcome is always the same
"Which one am I?" They would ask
As someone got it wrong they would bask
In the momentary sadness that really does smart
Maybe no one will ever tell them apart
Then the girl walks by
They decide to give her a try
"Wrong!" The two force smiles
She turns on the floor of tiles
"I know I won the game
You two aren't the same"
They felt their gate open to let her in
She wasn't supposed to win
She entered their world
The stone on their hearts unfurled.