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The Train Bomb
by Sandra Martyres
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  A year has gone by
I was on that train
I heard the blast
But I was riveted to my seat
I could neither shout nor move
I was choking
Like I had swallowed my own tongue
A feeling of numbness gripped me
Everything went blank
Later I woke up in a hospital bed
Anxious doctors peering into my eyes
To look for some signs of consciousness
I slowly stared back at them
I still could not speak
Then the tears flowed freely
And mother cried out ' she's alive
Thank God she's alive

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April 26, 2009
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