September 11, 2009
By death2coke BRONZE, Kennwick, Washington
death2coke BRONZE, Kennwick, Washington
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Favorite Quote:
Even after they are long dead, the stars' light brighten our dark skies.

I rememger sadness, grief, and the felling of shock.
I remember slow and painful.
I remember disbelief in some, and confusion in others.
I remember the cold, biting silence.
I remember the blackness in our hearts.
I remember one year.
I remember four years.
I will NEVER forget how many people died 8 years ago, as so many others watched in horror.
3000 Men and Women fell into the abyss in front of america's eye's, on 9/11/01.

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egarrison said...
on Oct. 1 2009 at 7:39 pm
I enjoyed this poem. I think it really expresses the true feeling that people felt when that happened. I like the first line and how you state how you where feeling and how well you remember it. Nice work. :)

powera said...
on Sep. 30 2009 at 2:57 pm
Reading this poem truly refreshes me of what tragedy happened on September 11, 2001. When the poet used the words; sadness, grief, and painful it sums up just how people felt when loved ones were lost. Just one small error I think you need to correct and that is you should spell out eight. Other than that one mistake i think this poem is very well written.


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