Or
if
they,
aeroplanes,
existence-wise,
achieving
it,
as
you
were
saying
they
only
do
when.
Then
I
thought
about
another
way.
A
way
other
than
hijacking
and
it
was
this:
the
double
bird
strike.
They
might
be
Unable.
Unable.
They
might
wings
even
into
the
Hudson.
They
might
look
for
Tetterboro
but
then
disappear
silent
like.
The
ferries
and
the
other
people
who
know
how
to
help
on
the
water
will
be
there.
It
all
falls
into
place.
But
someone
might
could
lose
faith
in
the
crew,
someone
might
open
the
back
door.
Somone
unlucky
might
lose
nerve
and
instead
of
a
calm
exodus,
instead
open
the
door
the
door
too
many
doors.
And
let
in
the
water,
cold
Hudson,
hello,
and
now
big
terror
and
she
won't
put
on
her
uniform
again.
He
pushed
her
aside.
The
pilot
brought
it
down
without
time
to
say.
Only
brace
for
impact.
And
he
calmed
upon
hearing
the
attendants
intone
the
words
they
were
trained
to
say.
He
looked
for
water.
A
place
to
put
down
without
harm.
One
of
the
letters
thanked
him
for
not
hitting
a
building
on
the
shore
which
would
have
killed
an
85-year-old
father.
A
survivor
of
the
holocaust.
Imagined
a
terror
that
was
never
going
to
happen.
But
there
is
an
effect
they
call
it
knock
on
or
domino.
Feared
this
way
for
what
might
have
happened.
But
now
there
is
also
the
way
to
put
the
plane
down
well.
It
takes
calm
and
focus
and
wings
level.
And
not
think
about
all
of
the
doors.
Just
brace
for
impact
and
for
a
happy
ending. And
peace.
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