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Terror On Our Home Land 911
Terror on our homeland? This is not war, civilians not soldiers, lost lives. Destruction as we've never seen before, planes hijacked by cowards with knives.
Nine one one, all was quiet that morning, then terror struck from the sky. As a commercial jet strikes without warning, and thousands of innocent die.
As the first tower was shattered, it was thought a misguided flight. But as the second was hit we all knew, that commercial jets were being used for terror, killing passengers and crew.
We all stood in disbelief, as the trade towers collapsed to the ground! As some folks were just trying to leave. For others loved ones to be found.
As cell phones rang it soon was known, other flights hijackers were on. But as our nation watched in horror from our TV's another struck the pentagon.
A fourth jet was crashed to the ground, as hero's took over they say, where it was headed may never be found. But we our thankful, and for those hero's we pray.
Firemen and police rush to the scenes, to see what lives they could save. We all learned of what love and true sacrifice means, for in effort their own lives they gave.
Now as the cleanup begins, and security tightens, we fear as never before. As the search for the people behind this deed heightens, we know, this was clearly an act of war!
Now the whole world stands together as one, against terrorist organizations. In a crusade for Bin Laden for this deed that he's done, to restore peace for all generations.
In Afghanistan the Tali ban act as Bin Ladens slaves, and to all they act in defiance, as their own battle rages, they cower in caves, in fear of the Northern alliance.
I say this! To any who doubt, the United Nations power. Know this: we are coming for you, and you will not know the hour.
For our patriotism was rekindled, as we watched those towers fall. Our many nations now stand as one,
for liberty and justice for us all!
Roy A. McGill
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