Trust is a sacred old thing. Dating back to the times when just two people existed, and one was trusted to keep by the other person’s side. However, as time went on and the world kept turning, this “thing” became a term our current generation doesn’t typically use very much. May this be because our world does not bear to think about mistrust and disloyalty? Or may this be because our world can not handle such a phoney concept? We may believe we have trust in our friends, families and role models, but we will never know what is left deeper in their souls after they both betray and abandon us; inevitably…
Maariya Uddin is a 15-years-old who lives in Manchester, England. She has never been published before. Maariya writes short stories that you can learn something from, particularly about mental health and how our mental health was impacted during the COVID-19 lockdowns. However, this piece is a thriller that she really enjoyed creating for our readers.