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911 ON 9-11
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You cowards of the world
Don't think, you can rejoice
For, hear this message loud and clear
From one, united voice.

The civilized among us
Will make you rue this day
And you'll find it won't be worth
The price, you'll have to pay.

Some say they are "holy wars"
But that mighty supreme being
Must be cringing from the sights
That He has been seeing.

I bet He never dreamed
That He'd created such as you
That the Devil could possess
And make you do what you do.

He didn't create life on Earth
To destroy one another
You might think you'll go to Heaven
But, you'll end up in the "other".

When people kill their fellowman
In the name of their "Maker"
All of them end up as
The worst kind of "forsaker".

Religious zealots have killed more
Than, for any other reason
And it has been the worst kind
Of, what some may call treason.

An affront to all that's right
That's decent and humane
Strong beliefs are okay
Until, they become, INSANE!

You didn't strike America
You hurt every human soul
And you gave us all resolve
To thwart your evil goal.

You are less than animals
Worse than rats from the sewer
A mutant of our species
That this world has to endure.

But, your days are numbered
Hear this, above the painful wail
That people of good will and heart
Are the ones, who will, prevail.

911 on 9-11 was written by Del "Abe" Jones and is used with permission. To give the author your comments, please contact him at: abeabe@worldnet.att.net.

Abe Jones is a patriot in the truest sense of the word. Born in Indio, California, in 1941 he served his country in the United States Air Force from 1958 until 1961. When the fighting in Viet Nam worsened during the mid-60's, Jones tried to re-enlist but was rejected because he was father to four children.

After a disastrous 3 story fall in 1974 while working on a building, Abe now works on a computer, doing CAD HVAC design work. He has three books of poetry published, and donated the profits from "The World, War, Freedom, and More" to the Guardsmen who fought in Desert Storm. He has had additional poems published in newspapers in both Orlando, Florida and Nashville, Tennessee. He was asked to recite "The Wall," a poem he wrote about the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington D.C., during the dedication of the Vietnam Memorial in Orlando, Florida.

Mr. Jones has just recently moved to Nashville, with hopes of becoming a songwriter.

Also by Mr. Jones on this site:The Neverending Trail


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