September 10, 2011
By sandhawk3000 PLATINUM, Collinsville, Connecticut
sandhawk3000 PLATINUM, Collinsville, Connecticut
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Don’t forget the faces
The different hearts and races
That lost their lives that day
Just think hard so that they may
Stay and live forever
Forget you, we will never

Two towers to the ground
With catastrophic sound
America remembers
Even if dulled are the embers
Of the crashes and the fire
The falling of a small empire

The firefighters brave and strong
Died having done no wrong
Brave hearts crashed in a field
Acting as our shield
We will never forget
In our hearts forever set

The author's comments:
Wrote a 9/11 memorial poem for my Civics class.

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