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This piece is cool because it shows how kids feel about 9/11 when they weren't alive to witness it. I especially like the title because it draws you in and makes you want to know more. You wouldn't think it would be possible to not forget what you don't remember, but I think you explain the title pretty well in the poem.
I would like to know more about why you can't forget 9/11. Is it because it's a permanent part of the history books, or because you think it shouldn't be forgotten? It would be nice if you could explain your personal feelings about it a bit more, but I know that's kind of hard to do in a poem like this.
You did a really good job with this piece, and your choice of rhyme scheme and lowercase only fit the theme very well. Your writing caught my eye and drew me in, and it stood out in the sea of pieces that get published every day on WtW. Good job!