Bombs are incredibly powerful in the most horrible ways. They can change lives, end lives and sear pain into the minds of their victims. The two bombs at the Boston Marathon were made with supplies common in many homes. Despite their simple beginnings, they tore apart the streets of Boston stealing lives and livelihoods.
This piece is about a bomb, powerfully mundane in its un assembled state; unassumingly laid out in a sterile grid pattern. It is unaware of the pain and destruction it will cause.