Thunder Hit My Eardrums

Over the hut My body became stiff and the pain was unbearable. No matter how hard I tri to sleep in the chaos, I would be startl by frequent loud flapping noises from the side of the shelter. I had no choice but to wait until the tsunami rec and it was dawn, and I knew it was time to face the outside world again. I got up from an uncomfortable position, push the door open against the rubble that was trying to keep me inside, and stepp onto the rubble. Everything is gone except the shelter.

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The home I had spent months lovingly caring for French Guiana Email List was now a splinter in the mud. The remaining puddles flood the ground and my feet got soak in no time. Worst of all, the bridge has collaps. My connection to life outside of this chaos was sever. Alone with nowhere to go All I can think about right now is screaming for help. But when I turn to face the nearby houses, there was nothing there. There is no sign of human habitation anywhere. Josh, Jack and the others were all gone. Everyone is gone. The tsunami took everything away.

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Blood dripp from my knee

Myself  Really alone There was nothing BS Leads for me to do but stare into the blank. I had nowhere to go; no one came to help me. Dark clouds gather to mock me, and the wind blows here and there. I sat leaning against the hut that had protect me from this sheer disaster when I notic something sticking out of the ruins. Struggling to get up, object. As I got closer, I realiz it was the slgehammer I often use to smash up rubble after breaking. Pulling it away, I yank it out of the stick and the stone.

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