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My 9-11 Tribute poem has been "in print" at least fourteen times in 2011... Options · View
Posted: Wednesday, January 4, 2012 9:57:44 PM
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My 9-11 Tribute poem "We Shall Never Forget" has been in print at least fourteen times...and that's only what I've managed to find through Google...it's not like anyone actually tells me these things...

Trying to make a list up of print stuff and some of the other things it was used for...I have my motives here, btw...

Print Stuff...


Greenbelt News Review - 9-11 Poem - September, 2011

The Swansea Signal - 9-11 Poem - Sept. 2011

Church Bulletins - 9-11 Poem - September, 2011

Emmanuel Reformed Church

Love’s Grove UMC

Assumption Blessed Virgin Mary Ukranian Catholic Church

First Baptist Church of Thomaston, Georgia

Immanuel Faith Community Church

Motorcycle Club Newsletters

Gold Wing Riders Association - 9-11 Poem - September, 2011

GWRAA Roadrunners - 9-11 Poem - September, 2011

Other Newsletters

Middletown Lions Club - September, 2011

Associated General Contractors of Missouri Friday Facts - 9-11 Poem - Sept. 2011

All About Seniors

9-11 Ceremony Booklets

Brevard Remembers - 64 page book - September, 2011

Matea Valley High School Sunrise Service - September, 2011

A couple of things I'm not sure if they are print, but I think not...

Logfire Ledger - 9/11 10th Anniversary Special Edition

Bravura Magazine - Remembering September 11

City of South Milwaukee Fire Department Annual Report - 2011

I'll add more when I get to it...right now I'm trying to go through a bookmark folder marked "9-11 Poem" which is a model of disorganization...

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Posted: Thursday, January 5, 2012 12:03:41 PM
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You really are starting to get celeb status. Really proud of you, Mr. Martini... you've earned every bit of the fanfare.

“Many people hear voices when no-one is there. Some of them are called mad and are shut up in rooms where they stare at the walls all day. Others are called writers and they do pretty much the same thing.”

Posted: Saturday, January 14, 2012 10:11:50 PM
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Some of the ceremonies and the like I found this thing was used in...there are at least a couple more...but, the links are "archived" and no longer visible...if that makes sense...

Township Residents Remember 9/11 - Washington Township, New Jersey

MLK students honor victims of 9/11 and learn its significance

Worrall Fifth Graders Pay Tribute To Local Heroes - Marple Township, PA

Butts County remembers 9/11 - Butts County, Georgia

Crowd Gathers by Candlelight to Remember 9/11 - Canton, CT

Elyrians Honor 9/11 Victims In Candlelight Ceremony - Elyria, Ohio

Village plans 9-11 memorial, church to have mass - Royal Palm Beach, FL

That photo exhibit thing in West Windsor Township's Municipal Building, New Jersey

Community unites at Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center for 9/11 remembrance - FL

Borough of Fair Lawn PBA - Remembering 9/11 - Fair Lawn, New Jersey

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Posted: Thursday, February 2, 2012 8:19:12 AM
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I had mentioned a couple weeks back about how my 9-11 poem was plagiarized and submitted to a church bulletin...I wrote Pastor Tim Goodman, and he put this out in the current February edition of the bulletin...very nice, and touching btw...happy8

Here is an excerpt...it's on page seven of the bulletin, me thinks...


It has recently come to our attention that a poem commemorating 9/11 was published in our October newsletter that was incorrectly credited in terms of authorship. We sincerely apologize to the author, Mr. Alan Jankowski, who published this poem We Shall Never Forget as a tribute to those affected by the tragedy of 9/11. It was originally published in our newsletter with the intention of bringing more healing to those who are still hurting and comfort to those who are still grieving. It is a true blessing that there are individuals like Mr. Jankowski who are gifted in writing and we thank the author for sharing his gift with the world. For all of you who enjoyed the poem and were encouraged by its words, here it is again in its entirety. May we together continue to seek to participate in Jesus’ ministry of healing and reconciliation for anyone who suffers.

The Creekside Connection - The Newsletter of the Creekside United Methodist Church

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