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Anonymous (not verified)

February 21, 2020

My wife and I visited the WTC Memorial on 9/10/12. As we arrived at the north pool we stopped and gazed at the pool reflecting on that terrible day. It was a shallow feeling; more was needed. I realized that my hands were on a name and it was Felicia. I traced the letters of her name and thought a little prayer for her. In the song "Danny Boy" the father tells his son that if he is dead when he returns from war Danny is to walk on his grave and he will feel the steps and will rest in peace until we meet again. I hoped that day that Felicia could feel the vibrations and hear the prayer. Felicia and your family know that you are not forgotten.

Posted by William Shuker

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