Tag Archives: 9/11

Do we feel more . . .

Do we feel more deeply when it is our own citizens falling from towers, burning away in scorching flames? Are their lives more valuable because they use day care, wear suits, and sip lattes at the local coffee shop? What … Continue reading

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On That Day

The towers, a matched set, an invincible imprint set against an Atlantic horizon, immovable steel hemmed in by city planning. Streets, vendors, subway lines, muggers, offices, traffic lights, and schools. Bipeds, quadrapeds, and no-peds. Planes like arrows fly and pierce; … Continue reading

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