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Wednesday, March 15, 2006

A Poem by: James C. Richmond




Phone rings September 11th, 2001 – Is this 911? I would like to make a dedication.

Dedication For all the Fire Fighters and Police Officers who put their life on the line.

God bless you.

For all the innocent Husbands, Wives, Fathers, Mothers, Brothers and Sisters.

(Especially Caribbean’s and Guyana Nationals)

God bless you.

“REST IN PEACE”

I saw the impact, the fiery blast – the Twin Towers crumbling like sand castle

in a sudden downpour. Sinking hearts in fear and the terrorist laugh. Men, women

and children for life running. 911 – There is a security breach. Bodies across the morning sky plummeting! Sudden death to those who dared reach for life that fateful 911 morning and died. A Nation under attack, the world is dark. Millions across the world in pain

Thousands of hearts ripped apart and the terrorist disdain

In disbelief and tears – we struggle through the sudden mist

End of the world is feared!

Out of the ashes of the Towering Twins. Out of our wound and pain

Out of our lost and our darkest hour.Out of the destruction of the striking planes

Our hearts with strength renewed. The annihilation of thousands of families, friends again

Out of that ocean of death. Terrorist, tyrants shall taste of our retaliation.

For with unity and courage regained. The resolve of our people strong

Ready to sustain in a mighty battle – America arise yet!

September 11th, 2001 @ 11.00 am

Poem by: James C. Richmond

To order James' CD entitled, 'Emerging Sound' which contains 49 poems and costs only $10.00 please contact him at jrich40439@aol.com and help support one of the most talented artists and creative voices that Guyana has to offer...



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