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A stranger on a bench
who would gladly give his life
A day would come we’d sure remember
A day that he would fight
For the lives of men and women were at stake,
innocent like any other
Them, he’d not forsake
A frightened American nation
comforted by the sounds of sirens
red coats flashed before their eyes
as the men quickly took their stations
They joined together
and saved the lives of hundreds
rushed the towers
without a second thought
A life they had at home
at home they had a family
but it was put on hold
for the call of duty
They joined together
and saved the lives of hundreds
rushed the towers
without a second thought
On that fateful day
every one of them became heroes
their names we may not know
but in our hearts they lie forever
They rushed the Towers without a second thought



This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. This piece has been published in Teen Ink’s monthly print magazine.






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