Part of the history of 9/11
Beside my beloved Hudson River

                          Beth SK Morris

        award-winning poet  has just released--- 


In the Aftermath

                   9/11 Through a Volunteer's Eyes 

    in commemoration of the 20th anniversary in

                                September 2021. 

Readers and reviewers alike applaud her "finely crafted and deeply moving poems" that cast an unflinching eye upon her volunteer days at the WTC Ground Zero Relief Project and the subsequent years with memories of those who died, mourned, survived; those who cleaned up and restored, those who volunteered, those who prayed." Her  poetry "speaks powerfully resonant truths" and takes us "into strangely private worlds that somehow feel so like our own."

                           Book Launch!!
    Sunday, June 6th, 2-2:40pm
from the NYC Fire Museum via Zoom and in person- by invitation only.


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(From: In the Aftermath)


Stand up for the names.
Try to make it to the end.

Legs give out at "G."