“110 Stories” by John M. Ford

Anyone who really knows me can attest to the fact that I’m not a very emotional person.  I’m not touchy-feely, I don’t get teary-eyed at “sad” movies.  It’s just the way I am, for better or worse.  Well, this time it’s a bit different.

Teresa Nielsen Hayden has posted a poem by John M. Ford on her site.  “110 Stories”.  As Teresa said: It’s formal rhyming iambic pentameter, ABAB: one story told per line, 110 lines total for the stories in the World Trade Center. .

This is a very powerful poem and you’ll probably want to pass it around.  If you do, please be sure you keep the original author (John M. Ford) with it. (via Making Light)

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Comments

I can’t Believe this they have 110 Floors in New york and Chicago.

In New York is World Trde Center
In Chicago is Sears Tower.

and in new york is attak in September 11, 2001 I was In the Philippines.

We Never Forget the WTC that collapse WTC 1, 2, 3 and 7

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