Cover of "9/11 [Region 2]"

Cover of 9/11 [Region 2]

I will always remember that violent day,


Where I was, how my heart broke, how we gathered to pray.


For the victims, I felt horror, for their families I cried.


On that day my belief in security died.


The pictures and video with power to haunt,


Most nations supportive, but others would taunt.


I always wonder about the heroes who died on that day.


If they could send us a message, just what would it say?


I believe they would say hold your family near,


And don’t let this continue to consume you with fear


Enjoy every moment of this life! Go and live it!


Lift up prayers for your country and those who protect it.


Yes, I’ll always remember no matter how long it’s been


As 9/11 rolls around again and again.



By:  Lisa




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