Dystopian

As You Mean To Go On

Fiction short story

Photo by Billy Freeman on Unsplash

No one was sure what actually happened, even after it happening for so many years; decades, centuries even. What everyone really wondered was the why.

Even though it was a regular occurrence, as predictable as clockwork, it still surprised people. It surprised Jimmy O’Donnaugh anyway.

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Caitlin McColl

Caitlin McColl

I write about mental health, the future, grief & loss, mindfulness, general life musings (+ fiction and poetry!). ❤️coffee & dogs.

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