Treasure Island

Kami Green

(04/19 / U.S)

The Day we Cry


We may have fallen
But we will rise again
You can attack us, but we won't fall again
Air traffic died
Drowning all joy only three have landed
Heroes, Heroin die on this day
The monsters grew
Smoke ate all it touched
Grounding world traits
Leveling shapes of strength
In future,
Making us stronger
Provoking us to be better
Never resting 'tis all is safe
Educating the youth
Striving to never give up
Receiving land of liberty
Freedom from this pain
Keeping 2,996, ground
Just three tanks full
Useless to use now
X's that have marked the stop, no longer work
Universities now have 12th anniversaries
Vacancy now fill their spot
Zero-sum has happened on this day

Submitted: Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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decoded to those heroes and heroins that died on 9/11 2001

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