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The Memory

Author: manda_bear
ASL Info:    24;f; alabama
Elite Ratio:    4.05 - 57 /64 /23
Words: 95
Class/Type: Poetry /Serious
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The Memory

The rubble may be cleaned up
But the memory of that day
Will haunt us for the rest
Of out lives
The memory of losing a loved
One is in out heart, minds, and
Souls for eternity
The memory of sorrow and
Anger will be held inside
Of us all I may not have
Lost somebody on that day
But I was in pain along with
Everyone else in this great
The memory of terrorists attacking
Out great country will always
And forever remain a reason
For me to be angry

Submitted on 2005-02-08 09:50:54     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  That really shows how much you love your country, i really could care less, so i am kinda hopeless... but for other people that dont know if they care or not, that could really show them that its ok to care even though you dont know someone that died on 9/11. You didnt have anyone die and you still care just as much...
so for this one time and only this one time...
*I accompany thee*

| Posted on 2005-03-22 00:00:00 | by necrotic | [ Reply to This ]
  Bravo, what a great tribute to the people who died that sad day. This was straight to the heart and delivered in a soft ,but harsh tone to those who harm our family memmbers.

You should be very proud of this poem.
| Posted on 2005-02-09 00:00:00 | by edthepoet | [ Reply to This ]
  I'm sure that everyone felt moved by that day, but the whole issue is very politically charged. To look at human life from a western view it is natural to feel that what happened was terrible, i still remember finding out and sitting in a hall talking about it to my friends the next day. But i think that one thing that we should all be aware of is not to be ignorant of what is happening overseas...
| Posted on 2005-02-08 00:00:00 | by ellisa | [ Reply to This ]

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