9/11 Tribute – You Didn’t Know That Day Would Be Your Last

Sunday, September 11 marks the 10th Anniversary of 9/11.America and the world will never forget that day. And I dedicate this poem to the memory to the ones who lost their lives and to the family and friends who remain.

9/11 Tribute – You Didn’t Know That Day Would Be Your Last

By Phenola Moore

You didn’t know that day would be your last

Snatched from earth like a vapor dissipating in thin air.

Only cell phone good byes,

a kiss,

hug or just a glance while rushing out the door.

We didn’t know that day would be your last

Watching in terror as the media played the images over and over again.

People running in the streets,

screaming,

whether we were there or looking at it from our seats.

You didn’t know that day would be your last

But God did and although we may never understand why He allowed it to happen.

Time can heal all wounds.

Never forgotten.

Because you didn’t know that day would be your last.

Click on http://smilebox.com/playBlog/4d6a59324d7a4d784f444d3d0d0a&blogview=true to listen to a snippet of “Come Ye Disconsolate.” 

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About pressonwebzine

Phenola Moore writes blogs on www.pressonwebzine.wordpress.com, she is the author of a digital book of poems, "Reveal the Real You Poetry Collection" and you can access pass issues of her online magazine, "Press On! Webzine," www.pressonwebzine.com. She has a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in English with a minor in Journalism from the University of Maryland University College. Follow her on Twitter @pressonwebzine.
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