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  • 229.
    neda's voice

    Barbarians who murdered Neda
    are standing by the lethal letter
    of Islamic law in Teheran,
    where ayatollahs choose to ban
    the freedom of expression that
    now spurs a proletariat
    that will not let itself be hushed,
    and trampled and betrayed and crushed.

    Believers here have not endorsed
    deniers of the Holocaust
    whose deadly lack of inhibition
    has brought them close to nuclear fission
    and brings to virgins’ faces pallor,
    afraid of devotees of Allah
    with whom they never wished to be
    united, hoping to be free.

    Nega has provided them
    a martyr, and they now condemn
    the ancien régime and say
    she died for them, which is why they
    must rise together taking arms
    against the bigoted imams,
    behaving as Persian Jews
    behaved when they mixed blood with booze.

    Inspired by the death of Neda Agha Soltan, who was murdered on June 18,2009 in Teheran, an innocent bystander in a demonstration gainst the regime in Iran. Roger Cohen writes in the NYT, June 23,2009:
    They gathered, the women in black, at Nilofar Square to mourn Neda Agha Soltan, the Iranian student cut down by a single bullet, whose last moments were captured on a video that has gone global. I sat among the mourners in late afternoon, under the plane trees, as candles burned and a prayer was said. The square seemed an oasis. I asked a young woman if she was scared. “Yes, ” she said. “I’m scared that all the blood shed for this cause may be wasted.” The cause, of course, is the annulment of Iran’s fraudulent election and, beyond that, freedom. The freedom not to live in a state that slams shut the doors of the mosque next to Nilofar Square because Neda, as a protester, was denied a proper service.

    6/23/09 read more »

  • 230.
    O! Poets And Men Of Letters Awake

    The world is in the shadow of nuclear war
    Our own neighbor chatters to use the nuclear devices
    As if a thing common or a child’s play. read more »

  • 231.
    here we go again

    Here we go again

    One of the world biggest army has attacked Gaza, the world
    biggest prison, how many killed? Who cares? I’m fed up of read more »

  • 232.
    In the Furrows and the Littered Ruts

    We’re in Parkland, which trumps even Wellington:
    The people are bigger and smile affluently: They drive around
    In crashing space-ships, or they have entire China sets
    For knees and joints. I swear, one can get rich off them with read more »

  • 233.
    The Ghosts of Those Things Now Thoughtless

    I want to take you to that quieted reservoir where the
    Twilight always plays its legs a across the lazing corrugations
    As shadows bleed across given they pensive times, the lures
    Of Florida Holly, or the bulldozed dunes; but you are busy playing read more »

  • 234.
    Going Ahead With It

    Professors have their most beautiful language,
    And the hidden cameras in the bedrooms of actresses
    With consumption,
    And they listen as if haunted by the marching step read more »

  • 235.
    His Own Wish

    Beauty is recluse: it goes far back into its boudoir;
    And I have never seen beauty, just her conjunction, and her pierced
    Nose, which I overuse;
    And the night is in delectable, just as if I am selling oranges read more »

  • 236.
    Legal Genocide Committed On Industrial Scale

    It was legal genocide committed
    on industrial scale even in city sized
    slaughter camps like Auschwitz! read more »

  • 237.
    Love Has Rewards Worth Attaining

    in this fickle ripe world
    of politics
    and personality clashes read more »

  • 238.

    Thank you so much for the Starline Sightseeing Double-decker,
    Beloved, myself, in-laws and their family from Boston
    All of us seen the spectacular beauty around Hollywood.
    From the Chinese Theatre at Starline Terminal to Hollywood Bowl Amphitheatre, really a long journey. read more »

  • 239.
    A Moment Of Transition

    In all lives
    where great character
    is attained...
    comes a moment read more »

  • 240.
    A Moral Civilized World

    When a despicable tyrant
    regime proudly slaughters
    defenseless innocent women
    children in the city streets read more »

New Holocaust Poems

  1. International Holocaust Remembrance Day .., john tiong chunghoo
  2. Racism, John Masaitis
  3. Hallowed Holly, Saiom Shriver
  5. Hatred Is Black, Rich Reitz
  6. The Holocaust is happening xxx, BrokenHeartPheko Motaung
  7. Gk. Kainos. New, douglas scotney
  8. Alphabet Poem - 14, Ferdinand L Quintos
  9. Haiku Match Points, Jonathan ROBIN
  10. Yad Vashem, Dale Harvey
  11. No Frustration... Dec 11th,2012, James Bredin
  12. genesis of genocide, gershon hepner
  13. I Looked Out at Life with Holocaust Eyes, Alan Freshman
  14. TWO SUBJECTS NOT DISCUSSED OCT 20TH,2012, James Bredin
  15. A Single Cigarette Sucked Down, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  16. A Cunning Mind Triggers the Holocaust, rajendran muthiah
  17. My Holocaust, Abby Rose
  18. Grain Of Salt, Dillon Gay
  19. Beyond The Sky At Night, Jay Allard
  20. In Their Hopeless Schools, Robert Rorabeck
  21. Question Human Survival, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  22. deaf dumb and blind, john mcleish
  23. Is This True?, Adnan Majeed
  24. Experience Reality Living Memories Erased, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  25. Ribbons In A Sea, Robert Rorabeck
  26. Through Her Clefts, Robert Rorabeck
  27. ABORTION CLINICS MAY 13 2011, James Bredin
  28. Sacrifice, Adetimilehin Inioluwa
  29. Experience Reality Disaster Horrific, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  30. ZF3 Proclaiming Retrofit New World Order, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  31. Holocaust (ii), Leonard Dabydeen
  32. SS Demons, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  33. IS ABORTION MURDER?, James Bredin
  34. Death Of The World., Mark Horsfall
  35. Vast leaped the candle's flame, Patti Masterman
  36. The Shoes, sheena blackhall
  37. The Holocaust of Dreams, Megan Louise Brown
  38. Not To Be Written, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  39. Anonymous Plays:XVI - ‘Arden of Feversham’, Algernon Charles Swinburne
  40. The Profile on the Pillow, Dudley Randall
  41. I am The Holocaust, Hannah Diane Williams
  42. If You'd Been My Sister, Robert Rorabeck
  43. Freedom, Yousaf hanifi
  44. A Conspiracy Theory, John Thorkild Ellison
  45. Frozen Moments, Daniel Richards
  46. The Tomb, Peter Eliastam
  47. Maker of Horror, Naveed Akram
  48. Darkest Days, Joyce Hemsley
  49. No Intervening, Rovert Nworb
  50. Never Again! ! !, mel hekic
  51. Watching Them Filter Us, Vanessa Kingsley
  52. history ***** SPARTANS, Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
  54. HOLOCAUST, Rajkumar Mukherjee
  55. Anne Frank, Whitney Albright
  56. Mistakes, Abel Obando
  57. Two- point perspective, Twisted Rose
  58. tomorrow morning, early, gershon hepner
  59. gas, gershon hepner
  60. mea culpa'd, gershon hepner
  61. INFERNO, jerry hughes
  62. 'Arbeit Macht Frei', nimal dunuhinga
  63. Dying in the Hell I Call Home, michelle sheppard
  64. The Square, Carolyn RellingSurrisi
  65. Basti, Always Aparna
  66. Why?, Seeker Of Truth
  68. does it haae a meaning?, gershon hepner
  69. Victory, Diamond Jones
  70. Many Noble Men, ENOCH JOHN
  71. I CRY FOR THEM, Aldo Kraas
  72. September 11, Holocaust, Mimie Durand
  73. Biggest Holocaust, O Anna Niemus
  74. Holocaust-, ashley guthrie
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