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You hear the news about a hurricane arriving soon and your parents argue whether to stay or leave As this hurricane comes you cannot help but think what it is in reality the only real view of a storm is from what you have seen in movies or books You do not comprehend what is approaching only to continue with your innocent mind and redirect it to what you love the most playing You are only seven what damage can a storm cause to your life where knowledge and experience do not seem to alert this danger Surely you are afraid because your parents seem to worry but you do not seem to take it seriously Little does your mind know what will happen next As the hurricane begins the strong winds crashing windows falling trees and shaking of the house all scare you As your parents attempt to explain what is going on you are stunned by all these unfamiliar noises and soon your house begins to flood The playroom is nothing but dark water and you begin to question if this means you are going to die As you and your parents rush to the attic the water begins to rise your mother did not make it She slowly floats as the waves take her away into the darkness of what once was your favorite place and now only the attic remains stable Your only reaction is to cry Days pass those images play in your head but dad tells you soon rescuers will arrive When it darkness and sunrises no help is provided you see more and more of these people who float just like your mom It is unbearable you decide to look away to take your mind off this confusion and distress but find yourself dreaming of these haunting images For someone to live through this as a child can be mind blowing Certainly those who suffer the most are
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