i heard the real sound of a bomb

asesarihelp the earth
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i wanted to share a REAL LIFE STORY for you people.< br/>A nightmare.< br/>Stay safe.

i heard the real sound of a bomb

by asesari

this is a one night story

but a night that lasted like a life time

There were fighter aircrafts They were flying above us

But it felt like it was right there next to me. I was horror-struck

But it got worse

The first bomb was the time i felt the closest to the death I thought that night was my last I was far, far away from my family, My mother, my father, my brother...

Starting from the second one I wasn't myself anymore

I took the children to sleep They were just like me We hugged each other so tightly I thought we were going to stay like that forever.

We fell asleep

But the bombs woke us up for a few times Each of them were my nightmares We were protecting ourselves with hugs like they were the shields.

We prayed for the windows not to be broken

It was like the bomb was exploding in the same room with us

There was no end.

I still have the trauma But i am healing, I guess

People will never understand me

It was something different So so different That made me question my mental health for a long time

It was a nightmare that lasted for a night

A night like a life time.

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@asesari I have seen incredibly brave soldiers cry and weep during a heavy bombardment. It is an insanely frightening situation. You had the courage to withstand it and be able to write about it. Bravo!!!

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@bernardtwindwil Thank you sir. Although nobody got hurt -thank god- it was the most terrible night of my life

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I do understand. You are right in saying you really had to be there to ever understand the utter horror of flying shrapnel, body parts, and pieces of people's houses and furniture. After 50 years, I still react around a sudden loud noise. You have to communicate that terror in order to get over it. This was beautifully descriptive. Great Job!!!!!