DRABBLE A DAY

Hole Addiction

A drabble of a wormhole

Kathy K
The Fiction Writer’s Den
2 min readFeb 1, 2024

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cliffs by the ocean
Photo by Fabrício Severo on Unsplash

Down on the ground, the persistent wormologist used his muddy fingers to dig deep for worms. Not just any kind of worms, but long succulent tasty worms. He thought about the barbeque at home, ready and waiting for filet mignon with fat worms on top.

He excitedly kept digging holes to find these special worms. You could say he was making a wormhole here and a wormhole there. You could also say that he had quite a disgusting vocation.

You see, the wormologist had no choice. He was horribly addicted to these worms, and would do anything for a fix.

Thanks to Grim Flandango for suggesting the word ‘wormhole’ for this drabble.

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Kathy K
The Fiction Writer’s Den

I write about mental health and fiction, mostly dystopian. Imaginatively unusual is preferable but not always possible for me.