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September Madness - In Remembrance of 9/11

The morning sang of hope, the sun burned bright,
No warning signs of danger in the air.
When suddenly the peaceful end of night
Turned into horror, disbelief, despair.

All heads turned upward at the frightful sound
Of ruptured walls and flying broken glass.
A new sense now of fear and panic found
In all who witnessed hell. They stood aghast.

Running, running, trying to outpace
The deadly clouds of black debris and dust,
Dread and anguish on each sooted face,
Faith in safety turned now to distrust.

September madness had its day of pain,
But through hard work and prayer we’ll shine again.

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September Madness - In Remembrance of 9/11 by 


The horror of that day in September 2001 — may we never forget the people we lost. We pray for their families and for our country’s safety.
Submitted 9/11/2009

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attack, remembrance, 9 11

Having lived most of my life in the northeast U.S., I am enjoying retired life in sunny Florida. I enjoy photographing many different kinds of things, but especially flowers and animals, including the beautiful birds found here in Florida. I am currently using a Canon EOS Rebel XSi/450D camera, a Canon 55-250 mm telescopic zoom lens, and a Sony P10 Cyber-shot digital camera. My newest acquisition is a Canon PowerShot SX260 HS, a point and shoot which I will be carrying in my purse.

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Comments

  • Lori Peters
    Lori Petersabout 5 years ago

    A wonderful tribute. Thank you. xo

  • Thank you again, Lori. Also for the favorites!

    – AuntDot

  • marieangel
    marieangelabout 5 years ago

    very touching tributex

  • Thank you, Marie. I appreciate your comment.

    – AuntDot

  • Sherri     Nicholas
    Sherri Nic...about 3 years ago

    How fantastic and so terribly sad…but a great job my friend
    Sherri:):)

  • I thank you so much, dear Sherri!

    – AuntDot

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