There I was, hiding under a bunker, thousands of screams echoing through the door ‘’LET ME IN, LET ME IN’’ out of all the places they could have had war in, it had to be here in Japan. At that moment I was in shock, bombs flying down from the sky, people yelling outside, I was honestly frozen. It was like I had no idea what was going on like it was all a dream and I was fighting so hard to wake up.
When we got out of the bunker we saw horrific unforeseeable things, starting off with fire, blades of grass burning, turning into the color black, gone like dust in the wind. Buildings slowly collapsing, we were incredibly lucky the buildings didn't fall on top of the bunker, if it did we wouldn't have been able to get out, I could only imagine how life would be down there. Starving to death waiting for the last source of food we can possibly eat till ‘’BOOM’’ gone like the rest of them.
Later that night we sought some shelter, I remember feeling scared and alone, I couldn’t sleep nor could the rest of them. All and every single one of us was dying for a glass of water, we were far away from any sort of river or lake, the only thing we were waiting for was the rain. Some people didn't make it, we lost hundreds of people (some had fainted, couldn’t breathe, were thirsty etc), the rain arriving later that night after the event was amazing i had never been so thankful of drinking water in my life, if only it came sooner, it wouldn't have left as many of them dead.
The day after we started heading back to the bunker, the air was too rusty. There were small bits of ashes flying around in the air that it was too hard to breathe or do anything. We decided to stay down at the bunker for at least a day close too 2, we were afraid, whether or not they would come back or not. Down below in the bunker, we had already gathered food supplies a couple of weeks ago in case of an emergency and water from the rain last night.
Time flew by and we started to recover from the devastation, buildings were being reconstructed, homes were being built, shelters were shredded across the whole city. A new beginning was the definition of what was happening, now looking back at that tragic event I'm thankful I'm still here, alive and well. R.I.P to the ones that lost their lives.