a minute of silence

At precisely twelve noon, a silence descended upon the entire country as we honoured those killed by the depraved terrorists.  Buses and subway trains stopped, cars stopped, pedestrians stopped, machines stopped.  In the office where I work, we stood motionless in a group.

8 thoughts on “a minute of silence

  1. I’ve subscribed for a couple of years and never posted. In that time you’ve made me fond of your adopted city. I’m so sorry this has happened to you, and to all of us.

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