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Uranium terror dropped on silent beaches. Life blackened to debris and sickness. This is a tribute to those who fell victim to the chaos.
By Kaori Kumai
This was something I wrote for school, my own way of telling of the terrible bombing that happened to one of the safest countries in the world, Japan.
By Thomas Sorrell
An awful marriage comes to an end in a spiraling tunnel of flowers.
By Eryk Chamberlin
The ethics of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
By Imad Ul Islam
Read and find out!!!!!!!!!!!
The Development of an Atomic bomb was a head-to-head race with the Germans. But Germany approached defeat and most of their great scientists were escaping the country as early as 1933. On the other hand the Americanâ€™s two-billion-dollar Manhattan project was on the brink of success. ...
how i feel about america dropping the atomic bombs on japan during world war two
A very long poem I wrote about a girl, her sister, and her dog living through the nuclear bomb that wiped out Nagasaki. I've always wondered how the people living in Hiroshima and Nagasaki would have reacted to the effects of the bomb just after it hit. This has long been an interest to me-...
Poetry | Updated Jan 8, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
My 3 month diary of travelling around Japan.
An indepth look into the Japanese culture through my eyes and a fun adventure. I hope it inspires readers to do the same thing.
This is also my tribute to those that dies in the Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011.
By Alain Lee
A London lad migrated to a small neighbourhood in Nagasaki, Japan with his family. He has to assimilate himself with the local culture and also tried his best to put aside his boyish bravado for the sake of his family. However, he;ll learn so much than he ever bargained for.
By Patricia Mcgurk Martin
And the Nuclear Burn was on me
Abroad twice at least I saw it
I watched the bomb land it was on
TV simultaneously in Hollowland Hollywood
Surreal the mushroom cloud was deathly
Rising up on the tv screen
I stood underneath
This is a poem I did a long time ago for English inspired by the bombings at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. I know I keep posting really old stuff, but I figure it would be safer to publish older stuff before I post the new because I hear readers can be kind of demanding. XD And I do NOT write very...
Poetry | Updated Sep 3, 2010 | Reads: 23 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0