The Nine Eleven Scar

A poet who likes walking in this life, wonders “What if“. In 2015 it is possible he went to the big Apple.

To stay in Manhattan, New York state,

Character, charm, living amongst the local,

Part of the sights, smell, sound and vocal {Scam Proof}

Perhaps not intended to reflect on what happened in New York, bu we would like to quote

A nightmare not ending with daylight and waking,

Can you hear their cries, blown by the wind to you?

If you aren’t listening, then listen now, please do. {Kidnapping Is Not Okay}

For thousand still the cries go on. Many still hear the fire, the cracking of the walls. Others also wonder if nobody could have know known that Al Qaeda was planning terrorists acts on Western soil.

Others doubt the reality of damage by two planes crashing in those buildings and bringing so much damage. They created conspiracy theories. Others want to blame the architects and builders for the deaths, collapsing buildings, the lot.

When putting the question “What if” we also can say  “Would you” and wondering who and when would be to blame. We also could question

Would you still think genuine ….

Would you blame the deaths of the innocent on Israel, the lot?

What if you don’t know, WHAT?

What if you don’t know a whole lot?

What if?

Horror, outraged shock,

That the impenetrable rock,

Was invincible?


Preceding articles:

Where were you when the world stopped turning?

Nailed to our chairs, never to forget

What we do


Additional reading

For more than Three thousand people fifteen years ago this world came to an end


Further reading

  1. Fall of 2001, the year high school began
  2. September Eleven Twenty-Oh-One
  3. Stories from 9/11
  4. The Falling Man
  5. Remember (an acrostic poem)
  6. September 11th 
  7. Voices of the firefighters in the South Tower moments before collapse
  8. Firefighter Honors The Fallen On 9/11 By Climbing 110 Flights On The Stair Stepper In Full Gear
  9. 9-11
  10. 9/11 by Edel Rosso
  11. 9/11: Never Forget (Messina)
  12. 9/11: The Day We Drank from the Same Fountain
  13. 9/11 Never Forget (Poetry Pants blog)
  14. Remember That Day In September
  15. Remember, Remember, the 11th of September
  16. In Memory: Every Life
  17. Reflecting on Trauma
  18. Few Words As I Reflect On 9/11
  19. The Time Given to Us
  20. 15 Years Ago… I Remember 
  21. 15 Years Later, We Remember
  22. Observations on 9/11/16
  23. What I Remember on 9/11
  24. I remember… 
  25. 9/11: I will always remember
  26. the need to remember the need to remember
  27. The Day the Towers Fell
  28. 15 Years
  29. 15 years after 9/11, hate and bigotry have gone mainstream
  30. Life, gone
  31. Father Mychal’s Last Homily
  32. Where were you?
  33. I Was Five… (Remembering 9/11)
  34. Truther Dialogue: The 9/11 Shock Waves Theory
  35. Music Conquers All: Remembering 9/11
  36. 9/11: Why Adults Get Frustrated When You Say You “Get It”
  37. September 11th Remembered: Through the Eyes of my Father and I
  38. September 11 Thoughts
  39. Proud to be an American
  40. Sen. Bob Graham Exposes FBI Abuses and Again Calls for Full Investigation of Saudis at Florida
  41. Bulldog Conference
  42. 9/11 Memorial Lights
  43. Fear and Loathing: Ten for Today
  44. 15 years ago America was attacked by terrorist. Sadly, we’re now destroying America ourselves.
  45. Mensajes de los famosos con motivo del 15 aniversario del 9/11



Horror, outraged shock,

That the impenetrable rock,

Was invincible and that,

No matter what colour hat,

Evil could touch the I, you,

With nothing much to do,

At work, in office tower,

Making all tremble, cower,

On land, air, anywhere,

First class, economy fare,

Blind hatred, isms all,

United for crash and fall,

Of foundations of good,

For which America stood,

Fifteen years however far,

In its wake, unhealing scar,

The Evil that day unfurled,

Stole the innocence of the world.

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3 responses to “The Nine Eleven Scar

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