For all those that died on the planes
Who called their loved ones to hear and be heard one last time as they sat, looking at death arrive faster and faster
For those who died in the Twin Towers
Who sought and held each other to stay comforted in tradegy
Who became heroes leading others to safety while staying behind to save more
Who decided that flying with grace for a few seconds was better than dying in pain for minutes
For those that were on the ground fighting for survivors in the buildings, risking their lives to find to bring home a mother, father, daughter, son, sister, brother to a waiting family
Those that fought to keep hope alive and despair away in themselves and others
You are remembered on this tenth aniversary by someone who watched in horror as the towers fell, the smoke rise and Death claim lives
Who watched in relief as living people were freed from the dark and led back into the light, from death into life.
You are remembered by one who was safe with her life and family in Colorado
But whose thoughts and soul was with you every step of the way on the day that changed everything in this country
This was a little poem I did a few days ago randomly in class for today. I think I accurately have placed true events from that day and the days that followed along with my feelings. I hope that thiscauses you to remember yourself,and find at least some room in your heart to send out some hope to thos in New York remembering today, and to be thankful of your peace. No one knows when Death will strike, and its best to love who you have now while you still have them
My the people who lost their lives on this date 10 years ago be blessed. Bless their loved ones and families who still live and remember. ><>-|-<><
thank you for the prayer and joining your voice with mine
you are so welcome. I still can't believe it's been 10 years
you know what happend on 6/8/45 ... no one remember that...
and wat happened on that day, since you brought it up?
my god... hiroshima say something to you?
Yes. I knew the date, I wanted to see if you could back up the claim. We do remember that day, but 9-11 hit WAY closer to home for us as a society, and as human beings
that's a shame... for me 9/11 is nothing compared with hiroshima and nagasaki... and believe me no one remember that... i don't see nothing in here or in the news on tv... nothing...
The families that lost someone that 9-11 day would disagree with you. Me, im impassive on whos right and wrong over days and impacts,and I call this disussion closed. I want to have others share their opinion and have the space to do so