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Tomiko Konishi was a young girl the day the atomic bomb hit Hiroshima. Years later, at age 58, she drew a series of images to relate her experience. Her drawings—with text translated to English—follow. [Via MIT’s Visualizing Cultures & the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum]
Please be aware: The following artistic account is Graphic in nature, given that it depicts the events following the Atomic bomb on Hiroshima. Proceed at your own comfort level.
At Yokogawa Station August 6, 1945, 8:15 A.M.
I got on a streetcar of the Kabe line about 8:10 A.M. The door was open and I was standing there. As I heard the starting bell ring, I saw a silver flash and heard an explosion over the platform on which I had just walked. Next moment everything went dark. Instinctively I jumped down to the track and braced myself against it. Putting a handkerchief into my mouth, I covered my eyes and ears with my hands.
i rather be in chemistry at the moment. thats when you know im freaking bored.
THESE SCHOOL LAPTOPS RUN SOOO SLOW OMG. fuck everything
ugh. im so bored >.< seriously wanna go to san antonio already and just have fun and stuff but nooooooo school is like, lol what life?
I cant put into words how upset I am. I dont understand why I’ve become such a passionate person, i usually wouldnt care but I cant help it.