Ken e Hall

(Last Century / England-Now Australian Citizen)

S/Haiku..*.911 REMEMBRENCE*


Empty sadness, grief,

So much sorrow, tears return,

They will not break us.

Submitted: Sunday, September 04, 2011

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  • Allemagne Roßmann (9/6/2011 5:09:00 PM)

    Great rememberance..i feel its important only when it happened in USA.When ithad happened in India and China or Russia to even Australia or more so Japan where happened recently Fukushima-people forgot the dates though coz it was not a big toll of life.Tsunami claimed more.But for WTC it was a way for US to launch the war against brute countries to exercise power.Everybody knows that.But the biggest mistakes of this foulplay of politics and war is that it claims lives of innocents.I pity if you have lost someone in there. I lost a brother from Boston University who was Indian American.But US does not bother much.He was christened and christian catholic though.But for NYC his family was Asian and were jailed over years for harrassments.US police tied their mouths up ad would be pissing on them thinking all Asians are but terrorists.They were whites-no matter if they are christian masterminded by jews whose misdeeds saw a Hitler in Germany wanting Israel.I know church will have to say they were not that time christians only.But i believe this can make every other religions as well.US is on its verge of being disintegrated by debts or albeit show of debts to reduce immigrants to rouse patriotism among its people who heralds different culture but wishes to live freely.Free governments are never formed by war no matter there comes in presidentship a brown, black, yellow or white man.

    For the haiku...its great write maintaining the japanese order of syllable mathematicality in counting vowels.Sound write Sir.. (Report) Reply

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