Here Is The Collection Of These Meaningful September 11th Poems Written By Children For People To Know:
LADY LIBERTY CRIED
Another bright September day
Another sun-filled sky
She stands her ground with endless pride
As planes above her fly
She looks upon her children
Her loved ones dear to heart
As they go through their normal chores
Some only just to start
But soon the peace was shattered
As men so filled with hate
Soon turned their rage to senseless acts
To meet their horrid fate
First one and then another hit
Impossible to seem
Two other impacts hit elsewhere
As in a horrid dream
Tho some did fight the evil
As heroes they had died
And as the proud twins met their fall
The Lady Liberty cried
A BETTER PLACE
Cry for me no more
the many tears of sadness
My time in this world was over
and it came for me to pass.
Bring the photos of old time
and see them not with tear-filled eyes
But with eyes of joy and laughter
and smile once more with me.
Know that I am in a better place
one without disease
without hatred and without death
This kingdom I now call home
I wait here for you
When your time comes to pass
to ease the transition
from the old to the new.
Cry for me no more.
Remember only the laughter.
For I am in another realm
And I wait to see you again.
SEPTEMBER ELEVENTH by Roger Robicheau
We shall never forget that grave day, Nor the lives which were taken away
So closely we stood, so much to bear, September Eleventh stays so clear
Forever changed, our will must endure, Keeping freedom strong within our shore
The bridge of time holds so much to view, Some visions hold heartache, all too true
Those faced with great loss, so understand, The ultimate cost of our free land
God help each one as they meet each day, Your prayers could send your love their way
Remember the brave who march for all, Completely committed to meet each call
As each year passes before our eyes, Our way must sustain, no compromise
Emotions do make us what we are, September Eleventh – Stays Never Far
I Hope That These Famous September 11th Poems Written By Children Can Appeal Everybody To The Memory About An Event In The Past.