Tell to my friends


United States
38° 34' 21.3492" N, 122° 26' 7.44" W

Remember my friends! Please, please remember!

Successfully, the marathon already started since a while.
Old, young, all ages, together, in the race ran simply;
Men, women, children, in the crowd, cheered jollity;
Alas, the marathon is no more, but for a tenth of a mile.

With a hope, we’ve been in this marathon since hours,
Effort, patience, endurance, honorably about to pay off;
Some by then savor victory, others loomed at the cutoff.
And boom! This was not in Boston all, but a grief of ours.

Fatefully, the terrorism took the short cut lamentably,
And through a vicious path it chortles in a gleeful way,
Challenging the true itinerary during that faithful day;
But, as one, let’ stand triumphant without guilt humbly.

Shame to those who dare to boast and let them crow!
Blame on those who goad to swank or do the off show!
Sagely let’s fight against this enemy deprived of aromas!
Wisely let’s unite our force to remount our marathonas!

Tell to my friends! Please, please tell them!


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