AMERICA’S GOLDEN TWINS
by Yaffa Liebermann
In a beautiful city,
There were twins,
Not of flesh and blood,
But of steel, concrete, and glass.
They were the center of the skyline.
They were the spirit of the city.
At sunset they shined like gold,
While inside they had real gold.
They held people and jobs
That gathered and shared information.
One day they were struck by evil,
Burying the treasure of human lives.
But no one can crush down,
The spirit of the people,
The strength of the nation.