Make your own free website on

September 11, 2001, is a day Americans and the World will never forget. I've made this page as a tribute to the victims of the Terrorist Attack on the United States.

Please don't steal my background. It was made from the now famous photograph taken by Thomas Franklin of The Record of North Jersey. It features FDNY's Dan McWilliams and George Johnson from Brooklyn's Ladder Company No. 157, along with Billy Eisengrein from Staten Island's Rescue Company No. 2. This is a copyrighted image co-owned by The Record and the three firemen which I've posted here as a tribute to them and the victims of the terrorist attacks on America.

To the families, friends and co-workers of the victims, I express my heartfelt condolences on your losses. Even though, I personally did not lose anyone in these devestating attacks, as a wife, mother, and proud American, I have shed many tears over this terrible tragedy.

To the brave rescuers and volunteers, I wish to thank you for not just "doing your jobs" but for being true heros.

War in the Making

Bombing started today,
As buildings collapsed
Many ran away.
Aiming and hitting us where it hurt
Nothing left to look at but dirt.
Thousands of lives to take,
Why wont this stop?
For heavenís sake!
Now all others laugh and faces full of smiles
While us free Americanís run for miles.
Tears run down faces,
As many run out of placesÖ
Places to go,
Places to sleep
Families of those we lost, just weep!
Those who think they are faking,
This is war in the making!
As the bomber is found,
Us free Americanís will stand our ground!!!

Dedicated to those who died, those suffering and all of us who sit and wait for war to come. LOVE AND GOD BLESS YOU ALL!

Written on September 11th, 2001
Christina M Daugherty

This poem was written by a very talented young lady who gave me permission to display it here for your enjoyment.

Please observe A Moment of Silence in Honor of the Victims

If you'd like to display a banner on your site or sign a guestbook in rememberance of the victims of the 09/11/2001 terrorist attack, please visit

This picture is © 2001 D.E. WALDRON AND GUY PARNEIX.

I've chosen to honor one of the firemen who was killed in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks with this plaque. Ray Downey was a chief of Special Operations Command. If you'd like to honor one of the victims, also, you can click on Mr. Downey's plaque. Thanks to Lady Madona for creating these memorial plaques.

~ An American Tragedy ~

Tuesday morning, 8.40am
in the city of New York
As commuters began arriving
for another day at work ~
The dawning of a new day
as traffic moved around
And people shuffled in the streets
amongst the city's sounds.

Oblivious to anything else
the city began its day
While another plan of action
was also underway ~
A plan so horrific
so sure to leave its mark
Beginning in Washington,
Boston and Newark.

It was 8.45am
when a loud exploding sound
Was heard throughout Manhattan
and the city's surrounds ~
A plane en-route to LA
that had been hijacked
Crashed into the World Trading Centre
in this horrific attack.

Some eighteen minutes later
as people could only stare
Another plane flew straight into
the second tower there ~
While cameramen recorded
this second incident
The building burst into flames ~
such sadistic intent.

People jumped out of the buildings
from about a hundred floors
In such a panic, afraid to die,
cannot take anymore ~
Millions watched from the ground
at the horrific sight
As bodies hurled toward the ground
in panic-stricken flight.

Then all of a sudden came a rumbling
as smoke filled the air
Billowing from the crumbling tower
and clouding everywhere ~
Filling the streets as people panicked
with debris falling all around
The first tower in the attack
came crumbling to the ground.

People screamed as they watched
the tower disappear
And running from the falling debris
in panic-stricken fear ~
Trying to escape this tragedy
they cannot believe their eyes
Knowing that there were thousands
who had surely died.

Meanwhile in Pennsylvania
many saw the news
The horror that New York had seen
not one attack, but two ~
Silence, they could not believe
all that was going on
When suddenly there was another attack ~
this time, the Pentagon.

And as Pennsylvanians
sat in their living rooms
Watching this tragic disaster
with a heartfelt sense of doom ~
They felt a rumbling shudder
like an exploding sound,
Then hearing that yet another plane
had fallen to the ground.

In New York there were aftershocks
of the damage that was done
When the second tower to be attacked
crumbled in the morning sun ~
A third building of the Centre
later collapsed as well,
The number of how many lives
were lost, no one could tell.

In just two and a half hours
the horrific tragedy
That rocked the nation and the world
could start World War three ~
But as sadness now sweeps the world
over such tragic incidents
The disbelief of all who think
these attacks just make no sense.

So in final tribute
may God bless everyone
May He be with those who were victims
may He shine on them with love ~
And may He take care forever
of all the ones who died
We pray they didn't suffer,
for their tears we all cried.

© Christina Smith
12th September, 2001

The author of this moving poem graciously permitted me to display it here for your enjoyment. You may visit Christina's site Poetry From The Heart, By Christina to read more of her beautiful poetry.

Other Tributes on the Web:

Add your Name to a Memorial
A Page for Peace
The Day The World Cried
God Bless America ~American Under Attack
Please remember with me
Canada Believes In The USA
A Candle Tribute
Light a Candle for Peace
Land of the Free
In Loving Memory
Face in the Smoke
The Pride of America
See The Flag Fly

Add A Candle
An American Tragedy - Home At Last
A Show of Canadian Support
Tragic Day in America
The Day The World Stopped
God Bless America
Remember and Embrace
Memorial Quilt
Black Tuesday
Terrorism in America, A Memorial for the Terror on September 11, 2001
Light A Candle for Peace
Remembering 09/11/01
In Loving Memory
911 Tribute
God Bless America

The flag of the United States flown at half-mast is a symbol of honor, grief, and remembrance of those who have died in the service of this country and the banner that files over them.

For You I Wish
Tributes by PSP Country Clubhouse
Just Say Give
September 11, 2001 Tragedy
God Bless America
In Memory
America's Tragedy
911 Memorial Page
America Cries
~In Loving Memory~
Web Brawls Memorial Site
September 11, 2001
Remember 9-11
In Memory
The Black Ribbon Campaign
The World Mourns
A Nation Grieves
Honor America
United We Stank
Honor America Quilt
In Memory of Those Who Lost Their Lives
God Bless America
God Bless America
Moment of Silence
Call To Americans
National Prayer
A Prayer For America
September 11, 2001
Love Amidst Tragedy
Kindness and Bravery Amid the Horror
A Moment of Silence
We'll Go Forward From This Moment On
God Bless America
Tribute to September 11, 2001
Free Images
A Survivor's Account
A Day We Will Never Forget
An American Prayer
Tribute to Americans
World Tragedy
God Bless America - America Will Survive

This is also a site very worth visiting. David Decker is a Chaplain in the Marine Corp. He gave me permission to display the flag flying at half mast above which was created for him. Please visit his pages - you'll find them very touching.

David Decker's Tribute to the USMC

My Enemy

See Graphic Tributes from Others

Canadian Editorial

Please read this letter. It speaks well of the American Spirit.

Open Letter to A Terrorist

If you have a memorial site and you would like it linked here,
please Email Me

See My Other Tribute Pages Below:

Tribute To The Firefighters

Tribute to the Policemen and Women

If You'd like to help or if you need help finding information about a missing loved one, visit my: How You Can Help Page.


We Are One

Canadian Editorial


View My Guestbook
Sign My Guestbook

Please sign my guestbook and leave a message for the victim's families.

If you'd like to display this memorial on your page,
please feel free to do so. Please link it back to me
so that others may visit my page.

If you are making a memorial quilt, you may use either or both of my two squares.


Graphics by:

Back To Terri Lynn's Home on The Web

stop the hate This Black Tuesday Memorial Net Ring
site owned by Terri Lynn.

[Go to Next Site]
[Go to Previous Site]
[Go to a Random Site]
[List Previous 5 Sites]
[List Next 5 Sites]
[List All Sites]

Would you like to JOIN this ring?

Ring Stats

Powered by RingSurf!

[ Previous 5 Sites | Previous | Next ]

This RingSurf Our Spirit Will Not Be Broken Net Ring
owned by God Bless America.
[ Next 5 Sites | Random Site | List Sites ]

Prev | List | Random | Next
Powered by RingSurf!

This American Tragedy site #107
owned by Terri Lynn

[ Prev | Skip Prev | Prev 5 | List | S tats
Join | Rand | Next 5 | Skip Next | Next ]
Powered by RingSurf!

God bless the U.S.A!

I adopted My American Flag!! Click here to get yours!!

Bravenet SiteRing The STAND PROUD AMERICA SiteRing

This site owned by

Terri Lynn
Previous Site List Sites Random Site Join Ring Next Site
SiteRing by

This Proud Americans & Friends site
owned by Terri Lynn

[ Prev | Skip Prev | Prev 5 | List | Stats
Join | Rand | Next 5 | Skip Next | Next ]
Powered by RingSurf!

Terri Lynn
is Proud to be
an American!

Next ~ Previous
Random ~ List Sites

This In Memory Of
Attack On America

September 11, 2001
site is owned by
God Bless America

| Previous 5 | Skip Previous |
| Previous | Next |

| Skip Next | Next 5 |
| Random | List | Join |

We will never forget you! This You Will Not Be Forgotten Net Ring
site owned by YOUR NAME HERE.

[Go to Next Site]
[Go to Previous Site]
[Go to a Random Site]
[List Previous 5 Sites]
[List Next 5 Sites]
[List All Sites]

Would you like to JOIN this ring?

Skip Prev
Prev 5
Next 5
Skip Next

This Webring Against Terrorism site belongs to Terri Lynn
Powered by RingSurf!

Previous Site List Sites Visit Random Site Get in Touch Next Site Join us in remembering

owned by your name

[ Prev | Skip Prev | Prev 5 | List | Stats
Join | Rand | Next 5 | Skip Next | Next ]
Powered by RingSurf!

<bgsound src="usa1.mid" loop=infinite>

Song is "Star Spangled Banner"

© 2001+ Terri Lynn