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A POEM ABOUT... SEPTEMBER 11, 2001
By Cathy from Coventry, CT
Aug 25, 2011, 11:26pm



SEPTEMBER A SAD MONTH.
EMERGENCY WORKERS RUNNING TO THE SCENE.
TELEPHONES RINGING.
EMOTIONS LET OUT.
MOMS AND DADS CRYING AND PRAYING.
BUILIDINGS COLLAPSING.
EMERGENCY PERSONNEL.
REMEMBERING THE PEOPLE WHO DIED ON THIS VERY SAD DAY.

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