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by Denise J Williams

Saturday, January 05, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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911 need I say more?

There's a warm steady breeze that used to blow
in September
That made us ponder the ending of the year
and remember
An era that was unblemished, jovial and carefree
The pleasant cycles of days, weeks & months that
fashioned the matrix of our lives, indeed
A breath of transformation that identified
the passage of youth, innocence and time
An occurence which altered our direction and
made us open our naive eyes
And point us to a moment that will forever
live in infamy
That forced us to see that our security, was a
mere fallacy
The planes hit! Two Towers fell
The wind swept face of pure evil had
resurrected itself from the pit of hell
Our lives, no longer secure became eternally unreal
And our sorrow from that day may NEVER EVER.. heal

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Reviewed by Connie Faust 1/7/2008
A good account of a day that separated the 2 seasons of our life as a nation. You've expressed it well, and identified the source of the evil. Evil is real, hell is real, but God is real, our source of hope and joy. We need to be wise, aggresive in protecting our nation, but trusting in God to calm our fears and give us hope and courage.

Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 1/6/2008
A day we will never forget, a day etched into history, a day that has touched many personally.......

Be safe,
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 1/5/2008
September will be a day remembered by all...yes this was always the month that as a child our summer vacation came to a close, a new school year began, new friends, renewing old friendships, the month when we began to plan the harvest of our summer garden, pick apples from the orchard....even though we still do all those things, there still lingers a sadness that was never there before, the day that forever changed our lives and history...9-11. A great write my friend, glad I stopped by...
Joyce B.

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