9/11: A Rememoration Too Dear, Too Distant – By Femi Olabisi

11 Sep


September 11, 2001 was a day too dear to forget, too painful too hold on to – forever it will be and fresh it shat remain.  Today is a rememoration of carnage, deaths, sorrow and trauma.

9/11 – the day Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaeda redefined terrorism. 19 terrorists, four planes, World Trade Centre twin towers, Pentagon, Pennsylvania field; all are too much to forget.  History was made, albeit a tragic one.

Generations will hear of the insanity of one man (Osama bin Laden) and his mentally deranged apostles of death.  Generations will also tell of the zeal of United States to remain strong in the face of daunting and almost unbearable tragedies, and its resolves not to bow to madness of some lunatics.

September 11, 2001 was more than a page in history book; it was a day that will live forever.  Our hearts go to those who will forever live with the trauma.

Though 11 years have gone by, the memory is too fresh and painful bear and also too dear to let go.

God Bless American!


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Posted by on September 11, 2012 in Thoughts


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