America Lost - Poem by Annmarie Fox
By Annmarie Fox©
An eye for an eye
Twin towers lost the skyline is gone
Local aircraft used like flying bombs
The shock and anger will it subside?
As the towers with the streets collide
Dust and debris flying around
“Hush please” trying to hear voices and sound
People are trapped can we find them alive?
Buildings cover them can they survive?
Mobile phones calling “help me please”
People digging anguish to ease
Live are lost now can we ease the pain?
Retaliation wanted will it start it again?
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