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Author Name: Freewilliamgoldenpen 3 Comments
Date Added: January 28, 2004 09:01:55 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Utter Madness
Madness, Utter Madness in bewilderment they cry,
As the four terror aircraft brought death to America's sky.
Men and women and children caught up in a suicide act,
Were aboard the terror craft when these madmen made their attack.

Buildings were destroyed and the loss of life immense,
People screamed and cried that day such feelings were intense.

Please let him come home-they can't find my Dad,
Were words so often said victims of a terror act sadly now are dead.

The world changed beyond compare Manhattans' Skyline, too,
Emotions run high revenge is sought but let them think it through.

More mad men we do not need let justice please prevail,
Innocent deaths we already have of no more must we avail.

The pain you feel is felt earth wide the grief you feel is shared,
Of further acts of inhumane terror may the whole wide world be spared.
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Comment By: FreeLorraina on March 20, 2008 11:33:44 AM Report
I remember this as all do  i was in the living room and phoned your cell phone

 you were are the check out at the supermarket..the world stood still in horror

well written William  Connie

Comment By: FreeTE intl on April 11, 2004 09:03:57 PM Report
yo man you got some fire. everything I read has been ill
Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on January 28, 2004 08:49:51 PM Report
WILLIAM,
THIS A WONDERFUL POEM..
SO WELL WRITTEN MY FRIEND ..ALWAYS SHE




 


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