Our Twin Towers Stand Strong

No haters of freedom,
Despisers of life,
Whose religion is laced
With bloodshed and strife,
Could castrate our courage,
Or trample our soul,
For justice we hallow,
And bravery extol.
Though make they a trophy,
Of our martyred dead,
The tears of our sorrow,
We melt into lead.
For the eagle flies fierce,
Her talons seek prey,
Her shadow betokens,
The foe’s judgment day.
Though terror be rampant,
Though evil be rife,
Our twin towers stand strong:
Liberty and Life.

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