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Popular Poetry (Sept 11, 2001)
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Nine Eleven Eve
by Lowell J Bergeron

Saturday, September 10, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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This is what our great landmark looked like on September 10, 2001.


 

Sitting here thinking on Nine Eleven Eve.
Almost ten years and what did we achieve?
Safer USA is what we are led to believe.
Celebrate on the anniversary or do we grieve?
Memories of that day will be easy to retrieve.
 
 
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Reviewed by Ed Matlack 9/10/2011
That day lost my wife,
Went through a great deal of strife,
Since then I try to forget, but everyone else wants to remember,
Oh well, guess I gotta live with it, such is life...
Reviewed by Becky Ayers 9/10/2011
Short and to the point. I don't think our nation is any safer IMHO. I think that even though as a strong country we came together and supported everyone who was effected by this horrendous event, none that were alive when it happened will EVER forget or even come close to closure simply because it was such a shock to everyone. The grieving process will continue whether we are ever attacked again or not. I personally lived in Florida on 9/11 and had the morning news on while I made coffee and was in complete and utter shock when I watched the event occur on Fox news. Being the wife of a 1983 Beirut bombing veteran, I was always aware of the horrible attacks on people in other countries, but when it happens here on our own turf where we feel safe, it throws you off and makes you feel so vulnerable.



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