Sunday, September 11, 2011

Ten Years


In memory of...

23 comments:

cookievf said...

seth,
something told me stop here, just before midnight..but i had to change my profile pic on fb 1st. our thoughts of 9/11 brushed up against each other, somehow. thanks for sharing this heartfelt commemoration and a part of yourself, along with it.
- vicki xo

Lost Aussie said...

An introspective day for all about NYC no doubt.

angryparsnip said...

Such sadness, I am very overwhelmed by all the reports and memories flooding n today.
What a special piece of art.
Indeed a day of reflection.

parsnip

ArtPropelled said...

Ten years! The memories are still so fresh. A day to reflect indeed.

Suzanne said...

Thinking of you and the many people who were affected by that day x

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

A fitting tribute 10 years in the making.

MrCachet said...

A thought provoking image for a thought provoking memory. Are you going to go to the ceremony?

~*~Patty S said...

thank you for always sharing your art from the heART Seth...it speaks volumes
oxo

LaWendula said...

One can really sense this feeling of collective grief all around the world. Even here, more than 6000 kilometers away.
My thoughts are with you and all who have lost their nearest and dearest.
FM

Laura Tringali Holmes said...

That day changed everything. NYC was eerie with memories yesterday. Onward.

Lelainia N. Lloyd said...

Thanks for this Seth. Sometimes they are just no words. I am thinking of my friends who lost their son in the WTC and grateful they are not in NYC today, but off doing something life affirming with their son's daughter (who is now a young teen) and the rest of their family.

I am taking back the day from the media and not watching any of it. It's too traumatizing.

Fran Meneley said...

Thinking of you and all of New York as the world remembers...lovely piece to commemorate this anniversary.

Billie said...

Beautiful work Seth, you and the people from New York and those around the world have been in my thoughts and prayers.

Billie

mansuetude said...

Peace

Lynn said...

Thinking of you and the whole wide world on this day of memories.
Your art piece shows it all.
Pray Peace.
One friend posted a video of John Lennon singing Imagine. the music runs through my mind and feels healing. See it here: http://sukipoet.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

I'm not ready for remembrances yet--it's just too painful. For those who lost so much they live with their pain everyday and don't need an anniversary but the media makes sure the rest of us get one (wanted or not) and I find the "commercialism" distasteful. No other event in my lifetime brought such sadness as I witnessed the horror live on TV ten years ago. As the towers burned and the firefighters swarmed in to climb those many stairs, I had a premonition of disaster but could never have imagined the tragedy that followed. My husband spent 30 years as a firefighter and will tell you he hated highrise fires more than anything. As an artist I have never been able to express my feelings about this day, I admire your courage Seth and enjoyed seeing your creation. My heartfelt sympathies for all of mankind are felt so strongly this day that reminds us all of what we are capable of, both good and bad.

Jill Zaheer said...

A wonderful tribute to this day Seth. Thanks for this heartfelt post.

Kelly Jeanette Swift said...

A beautiful tribute, Seth. Thanks for sharing it.

Denise Aumick said...

So many of us with stories, tremendous tragedy and quiet horrors. We lost our innocence that day in too many ways to count. I know a young girl whose rode the train with a friend each day to the WTC. She lived, her friend did not. A comment she made describing her feelings and thoughts upon seeing her friend's car at the train station after Sept 11 - just sitting there waiting as it had done for so many other work days - took my breathe away.

Denise Aumick said...

And Seth...powerful piece of art there.

Marit said...

It's a truly wonderful piece of art to remember this day.

laura said...

Sharing this YouTube link with Paul Simon's profound performance at 911 Memorial singing "Sounds of Silence". With poignant lyrics, and relevant metaphors, it truly captured the sad emotions I was feeling.
Bravely we go into our journeys. Blessings.

http://youtu.belTw1788n_ulE

michelle ward said...

{{{you}}}