TERRORIST ATTACKS ON THE USA
SEPTEMBER 11, 2001
to the victims
Near the end of the film, “Camelot,” when King Arthur is faced with the personal torture of losing two loves, his friend and wife, he recalls as a youth asking Merlin, "What do you do for being sad?" Merlin responded, "Learn something; you learn something." I concur.
In response to the tragedy of terrorism, Wahlert Creative Writing students “created something” — this sequence of poems. May it be healing art.
— Barbara Ressler, Teacher, Wahlert High School
early. I hear commotion. The day has barely started on the
pacific coast when my oldest son enters the room with a crash. "Mom,
you'd better wake up. They're attacking your country!" At twenty-three,
I think he's too old to panic. Okay, who hurt themselves now?
My mind does not make the leap. On every channel I see horror and
destruction, yet something still
trade towers collapse
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