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Twin Towers

Two twins are standing there since forever.

Their beauty, a gift of the Lord.

We know that everyone

has loved them since forever,

since they were born.

America, this is your chance for glory,

nobody can deny.

You are the country of opportunities and justice!.

But hatred with its lattice threw them to the ground.

They are missing this very moment

but not from our heart.

Humanity has not died yet,because the victims

still breathe through our lungs.

America, don“t cry today.

We all together will take care

of your wounds .

copyright Maria Cristina Azcona 2001.-

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Reviewed by Joseph Manzo 9/11/2008
Good poem.
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 2/26/2004
Salutations to You, Author-Poet Marķa Cristina Azcona.

It is about time for humankind to become "PersonaKind", personaResponsibility and personaJustice.

"Twin Towers"... The contents and message are making their ways to strike thoughts on social responsibilities.

My respect and admiration.

Health and Creativity.

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by ya mama (Reader) 9/12/2003
nice write
Reviewed by Nickolaus Pacione 3/23/2003
This one is good, if you want to see a dark poem about 9/11 -- yes there is a dark one about it titled "Seasons of Black September" it is a taboo to be dark about. The only day where someone is not allowed to be dark about. But anyway -- you did a good write to say the least.
Reviewed by Carmen Ruggero 2/22/2003
Maria Cristina, es tambien el nombre the mi hermana. Thank you so much for this poem. That even rocked the heart of this country. I'll never forget the fear. Thank you for such wonderful words. Carmen Ruggero
Reviewed by Mary Deal 1/15/2003
An emotional expression of the far reaching effects of the tragedy.
Reviewed by Katiwehr 10/16/2002
A nice poem on our universal emotions. I think it probably loses something in the translation. Could be more specific -- it's too general and cliche.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 10/12/2002
lovely tribute to the twin towers. they may be gone, but they live on in our hearts and in memory. they will NEVER BE FORGOTTEN!! muchas gracias, maria!! que bueno!! amor, tu amiga en estados unitos, karen lynn. (((HUGS))) :)
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 5/29/2002
ah! Que bonito quedo este tributo. How beautiful this tribute.
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 5/18/2002
(((Beautifully written!)))

Wish I could rate higher than a 10. Muy bonito!
Reviewed by Richard Leyba 4/2/2002
This poem gives everybody hope for a brighter day
Reviewed by Bob Schweitzer 1/25/2002
Hola Cristina
This poem is WONDERFUL.....INSPIRING....



Reviewed by Theresa Koch 9/23/2001
Reviewed by Janet Caldwell 9/23/2001
Thank you Maria, just lovely. JC
Reviewed by Victoria Murray 9/23/2001
What a wonderful poem!
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