Poetry: September 2001: In Memoriam
**A portion of the proceeds from sales of this collection of poetry will be donated to charity.**
On September 11, 2001, the United States of America was at peace. It had declared war on no other country, and no nation had declared war on it. With that assurance, citizens began their day, going to work, school and airports. None had any warning of the events about to occur.
On September 11, 2001, nineteen terrorists hijacked four commercial airliners. In an unprovoked attack, they used the U.S.-made airplanes, their passengers and crews as flying bomb weapons to kill and maim over six thousand people and terrorize not only a nation, but also, a whole world.
In the aftermath, a shocked world united first in support for the victims and their families and then in voice, declaring, "No more."
As this chapbook was completed, the war between the terrorists of the world and those who seek peace had begun.
This chapbook contains poetry written in the aftermath of those events. It contains the names of the victims of the hijackings on September 11, 2001, for it is dedicated in their memory and all those touched by their passing.
The poet, Louise Hart, is the author of seven other books of poetry, including Tales of a City Maid and On the Death of Love.
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ISBN: #1-930889-18-6  * Length: 13,000 words
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