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In memory of September 11, 2001

By Anahita Navab, 13
September 14, 2001
The Iranian

Mohammad Navab writes: Our 13-year-old Anahita is a student at Palms Middle school in Los Angeles. On Tuesday their teacher asked them to write a poem on the tragedy. This is her poem:


Some man emerged

Out of the


Said he had been carrying

Some guy

No skin left on him

My friends laughed.


But I smiled anyway.

"I have friends in New York"

Nothing seemed real

Until I could see Maggie

Bleeding, Katie

Not able to get up

Donšt want to hear

It anymore.

I feel guilty

Smiling today.

Laughter seems insane!

September 11, 2001.

Sounds like the

Newest rage song

Something kids will

Be rapping out

Give it a few days

The next Pearl Harbor movie

Give it a few days

It won't be real anymore

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