11 years later, still living the aftermath. never forgotten.beautiful memorial haiku.
O, the horror.....
Will never forget that day.
Visiting this memorial on my way back from Wisco was special. I saw the smoking ashes of the Pentagon the week after it went up in flames and the aftermath of the WTC, about 4 months after the plans hit NYC. The vastness of this PA field and the courageous efforts of the crew and passengers to put an end to the madness gave me chills of pride and of sadness. My cherubs and I watched the news that morning in Room 215 - Flight 93 was the one plane not accounted for and we found out later that it was supposed to hit DC.
Even those of us living afar won't forget this! A well paced post!
It's taking a long time for us to all heal....glad you remindedme...
Tom Burnett was a year behind me in high school, and we worked together at the swimming pool. He was a great guy, and his role in the events of 9/11 rocked the alumni world. Thanks for sharing the photos.
One of the most horrible incidents in the history of mankind !!!
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