911: Remembering The Innocent

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Wednesday 11 September, 2013 by Uncle Spike

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In memory of all the innocent who fell that day, 12 years ago…

The fire-fighters…

The police…

The medics…

Countless other emergency responders…

The WTC office workers…

The passers-by…

The lost mums, dads, aunts, uncles and grandparents…

The orphaned…

The lost Americans, AND those from other countries from around the world…

Some were black, some were white…

Some were gay, some were straight…

Some were happy, some were sad…

ALL WERE LOST – BUT NONE FORGOTTEN

4 thoughts on “911: Remembering The Innocent

  1. LavendarLadi says:

    It did happen to us all. I remember the images of the people covered in that thick dust… the image of people covered in dust….no one looked different. No one was different. They all looked and felt the same sadness.

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