Since the 11th, this has been my personal choice for a rememberance. To me, it would serve as both an indestructible memorial and a visual reminder of what once was. They're calling it the "Tribute of Light."
NEW YORK -- Ethereal towers of light, visible for miles around, will pierce the Lower Manhattan skyline starting Monday evening, six months after terrorism changed the world as we knew it. A companion memorial also will be unveiled that day: the 27-foot bronze sculpture by Fritz Koenig called "The Sphere." An abstract work that symbolized peaceful global commerce when it stood on a black granite base and graced the plaza of the World Trade Center, the sculpture emerged from the fiery destruction of Sept. 11 somewhat crushed, like us all.
Six Months After, A Memorial Built On Beams of Light
by Lynne Duke
Washington Post Staff Writer
Tuesday, March 5, 2002; Page C01
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