Fredrick McDonald

Rookie - 6 Points (Seneca Falls, N.Y. now in Genoa N.Y.)

An Autumn Day - Poem by Fredrick McDonald

As I search the autium sky
I watch the birds learning to fly
When out of the distance something catches my eye
When to my eyes I catch a surprise
When I know it's not the fourth of July
Two planes come out of the sky
When I see them crash in to the world trade center
Is this the end of the world?
No I see the world trade centers with with gas and smoke
So I need not choke no I will survive to tell the tale
For the people shall wale scream for justice
Have they forgotten about us as the trade centers turn to dust?
We shall turn to our president
Bush will cushion our fall
America stands for freedom
Freedom for us all
Our backs are not against the wall
We shall answer the call
We shall defend the red white and blue
Watch out for the person
We will be coming for you

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 8, 2004

Poem Edited: Thursday, March 25, 2010

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