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TITLE: Standing and Falling
By Kaylee Blake
07/15/06
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I wrote this about a month after 9-11. I was in sixth grade and there was talk of getting it published, but it never happened. I'm not what I would consider a poet, but I enjoy poetry and I like to write it once and a while. Any suggestions to make this piece a work of art would be helpful.
We were standing,
But then we took a blow.
We are now on our knees
Gaping at Ground Zero.

The Pentagon was burning,
And we were worried then.
It hasn’t gotten better,
It’s like we’re hiding in a den.

Other countries are helping us
To get back on our feet.
Terrorists we’re at war with,
And you can be sure they will be beat.

Terrorism will fall
And the Taliban will flea.
We will be standing again
And they will be on their knees.

The tears from Heaven,
Will eventually stop.
We fell off the mountain,
But we will climb back to the top.

The Lord will guard us,
He will help us survive.
He will bless this nation,
And under Him, we will thrive!
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