I remember 911 I was at school in Davenport, Oklahoma. I remember the princple running in the room during History 2nd per. and he was shouting the towers the towers they've been hit. Sad to say his son had been on the plane that struck it, but he did'nt find out until that day when he got home. I'm happy that every one at least had one good memory of their loved ones.
*** Posted by Deana Spradling on 2004-10-25 ***
Hello my name is Natasha Flowers and I'am a new author of my first book called 9/11 E-mail To Heaven,in which I wrote on the first anniversary of 2002 which I have now published in 2004,with emotional and heartfelt poems for our nation.In it there is a soulful poem dedicated to the 343 fallen firefighters who had lost there lives and families. This book will be enjoyable and also memorial through a lifetime of generation after generation.Gods wonderful vision to me was to share this universal reading to all. Hope to here from anyone soon please E-mail me at
*** Posted by Natasha Flowers on 2004-10-16 ***
Their last moment of glory
This hazy uncompromising Sunday
has finally agreed to let us enjoy
what is left of a miserable day,
as we ardently seek the brief presence
of a delightful, bright sunrise
by the intrepid and turbulent bay:
without ignoring the enevitable evidence
of what has happened here and change us today!
The fragile lilacs and sleek sunflowers
carefully listen to the ravens' shrills;
early at dawn, they fled from the bay...
inundated by unmerciful,steady rains;
and as they call on a bevolent breeze,
they're frightened by winds that wheeze!
We hear,afar, the retrieving sea-gulls
squeal,cramped on the church's steeple...
a gotic building to testifies oblivion with tawny
windows tarnished by weather and time!
Once it seemed so omnipotent and alive,
echoing with the happiest voices;
throngs of faithful marched down
the wide isle, flanked by flowers,
savoring their last moment of glory!
*** Posted by Andrew Crisci on 2004-10-15 ***