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Eleven years later the ceremonies were more subdued the crowds a little smaller.
But the rituals familiar as Americans pay tribute to the almost 3000 people killed on this day.
Here in new York at the Pentagon.
And in Shanksville Pennsylvania.
My uncle Robert.
For eleven years have passed and I feel and hear your voice in your hands and thank.
And I then you're out and nothing.
We can't even if you in my eyes and heart you're always -- here out.
And my husband -- bullets.
I love you every day means everything sort of became.
-- -- -- -- Bright sunny Tuesday morning a nation at peace.
Suddenly found itself.
Sun is going up -- father's eyes and daughter has her mother's lap but we remind us.
Those who died a witness.
-- -- Then he need to do we still in this school.
And there was -- of first passage.
Days such orders.
They gave us.
First glimmer of hope -- ordinary individuals.
Can do the most extraordinary.
In history making.
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