Who Can Or Who Will Forget 911? - Poem by Hebert Logerie
(911 Fourteen Years Later)
Nobody. No one.
We will never, never.
That day will live forever
In infamy. No one
Will never forget this awful tragedy,
Where innumerable citizens
Of the world lost their lives,
In a dual inferno, turning bodies into ashes,
Changing the way we see our cousins,
Our siblings and our parents.
Nobody is absolutely sure of their safety anymore.
Death can follow us to our front door.
No one is exempt from the rants,
From the unpredictability of death.
Nobody can foresee when that theft
Will take place. It simply happened.
This is very odd and strange; this is spooky.
The world can become eerily,
In a matter of minute, in second.
We will never forget the loss of too many lives,
The destruction of human beings, data, archives,
Buildings and our sense of stability.
We will never forget this unthinkable tragedy.
That was a day of extreme madness,
A day of contemporaneous history,
A day of bitter hate, and horrendous tyranny.
This is still a day of extreme sadness.
We will forever remember 911,
A day of despair, and deep thoughts for everyone.
We shall never forget 911,
A day where our brothers and sisters went to Heaven.
Copyright © September 11,2015 Logerie Hébert, All Rights Reserved
Hebert Logerie is the author of several collections of poems.
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