The language we own does not have the words to convey the heroism of those that perished, nor the sorrow of those that survived, nor the bravery of those who rescued and of those that still cope with the grief and horror of that day. All we can really offer is a moment of silence….a deep moment of remembrance…
Ted’s Day Out, a short story available on Amazon
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