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Polina Doroshenko

“Sometimes I’m afraid that a shell might fly in”

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“Sometimes I’m afraid that a shell might fly in”

     My mum and dad broke up and we moved to Avdiivka. I do not know for sure, but I think we have been here for about eight years now. There are many destroyed buildings there. Many shops are closed down.

Sometimes I am afraid that a shell may fall somewhere near our house. I want the war to end as soon as possible, so that there are no bombs and shells. So that our life could be cool and fun.

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