Flight 93 - Poem by Ima Ryma
Tower of Voices side by side
With 40 wind chimes in the air,
Of passengers and crew who died
And whose remains are buried there.
Lined by trees, maple and oak,
A break therein to symbolize
The act of ordinary folk
Crashing their plane down from the skies.
The names engraved in granite wall
In a circle embracing round.
A reminder to one and all
That this place is on sacred ground.
A memorial meant to be
For heroes of Flight 93.
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