Kay Davies

Kay Davies
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Where 9/11

Where were you when the towers fell,
Born to die,
They fell from the sky,
Like shooting stars,
To large to stop.

Hijacked they scream,
They don't know shit.
They are to naive to say it as it is.
Stolen, Murdered, and heinous.

Have you ever thought of the people on the plane?
The pure fear and pain they felt.
Or about the people in our beloved towers.
Never again to see something good.

Did you see the Statue of Liberty flim 'em the bird, as she smiled her sly smile; because she knew we had already won.

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