A Moment of Silence by Emmanuel Ortiz


Emmanuel Ortiz wrote a poem with spirit -- a poem that spoke the truth from a heart that feels deeply -- a heart that is open, receptive, healthy, and alive. The poem is called, "A Moment of Silence", and commemorates the anniversary of the WTC and Pentagon 911 catastrophe in an articulate and moving way that brings that tragic event into perspective... as a result and consequence of a succession of prior events.

We expect much more from Mr. Ortiz in the future, however at this time we are reluctantly honoring Mr. Ortiz's request to remove his excellent poem from the internet. If you wish to obtain a copy of the poem please attempt to contact Mr. Ortiz.

My sincere apologies,

The adminustrator at rainbowbody.net

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