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Watching the day disappear,
The restless rain does fall,
Upon the ground,
Reflecting the night of the city,
While watching T.V. at 5 o'clock
While crying and grieving
over Princess Diana's
Through bars of engine roars, a tiny chirp;
The early breath of day, slowly haled within usurp;
Even more than a physical hunger have we,
Poets to sate the inner gnawings become thee;
Bronze bells' breeze of September showers,
Freezing fluttering fragile flowers,
Tearing the time's tide tactile sense
May leave long love's lighting lance in tense.
Two swords stabbed Her heart,
Another cut the arms,
Another fell on the stomach.
Bleeding, the woman stumbled.
I have no words to say; I am but a man
a wildfire destined to burn out
I am crippled by the weight, the weight of the sonnet of silence
The words, I have no use
Cool air, September sky.
My vision bordered by trees,
Dying for the winter-
God's silent fireworks,
Today is Septemeber
With the big one one
To remember what happend is no fun
United Flight 93 never made it to the tower