I Am Bee Mice Elf

“It ain't what they call you, it's what you answer to.” ~W.C. Fields

Nine Twelve to Nine Ten

Written By: IAmBeeMiceElf - Sep• 11•13

imagine if your entire town was wiped out in a fire set by arson

THOUSANDS of your brothers and sisters were killed

HUNDREDS more horrifically scarred from helping survivors




from picking through body pieces and parts of their neighbors and friends

and then told FUCK YOU when they ask for help with their healing


just the ability to die debt free of medical bills

and you SEE these people EVERYDAY

you FEEL the sadness EVERYDAY

but once a year

other people

want you to live in the ruins of the town


and see pictures of the destruction

and hear the names of your neighbors


and relive the horror

second by second


so YOU don’t FORGET

until next year

as if you could



((I think we should let people “remember” any way they want – if that means spending a peaceful day media free with people they love – if it means riding a motorcycle to Washington – if it means moments of silence – if it means a reading the names of those lost – if it means praying – DO IT – but, Jesus!! Do we have to judge the way other people mourn or honor?? If YOU really believe it’s “us against them” then why would you look at your own as people to fight with? hate begets hate what the fuck is so hard to grasp about that – EVERYTHING isn’t a FIGHT – THAT’S what got us what we have!!!  let’s FORGET world peace and try for peace on our own back yard – and if we can’t get that on 9/11 from other Americans then, God help us all, just bomb EVERY selfish angry piece of scum human off the face of the earth and at least give the real animals on the planet half a chance!))

If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other. ~Mother Teresa 





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