In this page, poems on / about “holocaust” are listed.

  • 337.

    You who were the 'Chosen',
    you who suffered long.
    You who wore the yellow star,
    The victims of great wrongs. read more »

  • 338.
    Those Feelings Who Let You In

    Those feelings who let you in are going now,
    Lighting out in that terrible fog:
    The last one I can feel is the one letting me know,
    Holding the door open as we wave the others goodbye: read more »

  • 339.
    Recipe of the Holocaust

    Here is my death recipe,
    made specially for the Holocaust.
    The horror of Anti-Semitism
    That struck Jews during the Second War. read more »

  • 340.
    Lost, lonely girl blues

    You are a lost, lonely little girl
    Have another dose of medicine to ease the pain
    Your Daddy has gone off to war; you will never again see his face
    Love and Acceptance - the bitter pill that you cannot swallow. read more »

  • 341.
    Man's Inhumanity

    We have read about New York's Twin Towers and Hiroshima in Japan
    Just for us two examples of man's inhumanity to man
    And of Hitler and his Holocaust one who lives on in illfame
    And of Stalin and of Mao and their awful crimes of shame. read more »

  • 342.
    Our Beautiful Children….

    Our beautiful children are dying
    In Africa, Europe, the Middle East
    Asia, the Americas, read more »

  • 343.
    Further Away

    I am in the right place for another glass,
    And perhaps I will never write another poem tonight,
    As today I have to explain to Antonio that there is no more
    Work right now, for the horses are hungry read more »

  • 344.
    ! ! ! ..the 'nuclear'..dilemma..

    ! ! ! ! ...the ' nuclear '...dilemma...
    a poem by Sivan PG Menon
    --------------- read more »

  • 345.
    Curiosity! ! !

    Curiously always on my mind as
    I'm always wanting to know things
    from the inside out.
    Like when Jesus Christ will come back from another read more »

  • 346.
    Energy Independence

    Nancy P.
    And Harry Reid
    Have a record to defend
    As they ascend read more »

  • 347.

    I started fighting them late this year
    and what with the mild winter and dry summer
    they are everywhere now
    the thing has gone out of hand this time read more »

  • 348.
    On The Way To Sicily (Prose Poem)

    The ruins of Pompeii held no charm for me, so full of ruined rocks and the dead it made my heart hurt. How the tour guide waxed eloquent on that ancient holocaust, almost revering the disinterested volcano that overtook so many innocents under the hot Pompeian sun: children at play, mothers nursing their young, fathers planting olive trees, the elderly gazing at the volcano that never ceased its warnings. They refused to believe Vesuvio’s ranting was the bellow of things to come.
    How the tourists speculated as they gesticulated, full of awe and sympathy...

    The tour ended with the spectacular showing of human remains, fire-frozen in the grotesque rictus of the dead: backs arched, appendages akimbo; all lovingly encased in glass for the entertainment of future generations. Then we clambered onto the bus and thought no more of Pompeii and what we saw that day. read more »

New Holocaust Poems

  1. The Shortest Epic., Tajudeen Shah
  2. Inhumane, MAD DEW
  3. Our world is without any kind of wisdom, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  4. Nuclear Ghost, hasmukh amathalal
  5. The Feast of St. Amy, M.C. Bruce
  6. Mary's Song, Sylvia Plath
  7. Racism, John Masaitis
  8. Hallowed Holly, Saiom Shriver
  9. Terracide, Michael Mira
  10. What's Right, Michael McParland
  12. Hatred Is Black, Rich Reitz
  13. Ramblings of Devils Workshop, Nalini Jyotsana Chaturvedi
  14. I am talking, gajanan mishra
  15. Six Million Reasons, ronald stroman
  16. Motionless, asoke ray
  17. Different Breed of Human Being, ronald stroman
  18. Quest for freedom, Aravind elango
  19. The Holocaust is happening xxx, BrokenHeartPheko Motaung
  20. The Appointed Place, Winifred Emma May
  21. Supplication, Clark Ashton Smith
  22. Forgotten?, Marianne Soher
  23. Gk. Kainos. New, douglas scotney
  24. Is everywhere nowhere?, PARTHA SARATHI PAUL
  26. Might Up in Arms Against Slight, Jayatissa Liyanage
  27. Dark Is Beautiful, Dilantha Gunawardana
  28. Gentle Hollow, Richard Allen Beevor
  29. Curandero, Charles Monroe
  30. Death Is Still True, Melikhaya Zagagana
  31. Destination Anhedonia, Keith Rushing
  32. The Gunmaster, PRATHAP KAMATH
  33. Autumn Orchards, Clark Ashton Smith
  34. Casualty Of War, Jon M. Nelson
  35. The Big Eve, oskar hansen
  36. Why Should Western Leaders Bother About .., Stanley Collymore
  37. A sneak preview, Satish Verma
  38. I Must Understand, hasmukh amathalal
  39. Where Was The World?, Fiona Schwartzinoff
  40. - Covenant, Giorgio A. V.
  41. Redemption costs, Carlos Ornelas
  42. man And His Heart, afeez adasho
  43. Broken Barriers, Gianni Pansensoy
  44. Let Us Breathe and Dream, hasmukh amathalal
  45. Alphabet Poem - 14, Ferdinand L Quintos
  46. Escape The Holocaust, Russell Nero
  47. Anne Frank, Ima Ryma
  48. Twin Triplets.No.14, Valsa George
  49. Haiku Match Points, Jonathan ROBIN
  50. Is There A God? ... June 29th,2013, James Bredin
  51. Psalm 66, Justin Reamer
  52. Lord, Have Mercy On Us, Don Nguyen
  53. Psalm 51, Justin Reamer
  54. Psalm 20, Justin Reamer
  55. Max, David McLansky
  56. Pope Pius XII, David McLansky
  57. Sun and Summer, Somanathan Iyer
  58. All That Sound and Fury, John Thorkild Ellison
  59. Yad Vashem, Dale Harvey
  60. CANADIANS DON'T HAVE TO THINK... APRIL 2.., James Bredin
  61. The Keep, Dave SmithWhite
  62. Forsaken Land, Majed Sayegh
  63. Ash Wednesday, oluchukwu ifechukwu
  64. Entropy, ray Schreiber
  65. In The Windowless Room, Robert Rorabeck
  66. Ashes To Ashes, Rachel Kovacs
  67. Succumbed, Guinevere Eveleigh
  68. Christmas Message, mazHur Butt
  69. Death On My Shoulder, Matthew Moser
  70. No Frustration... Dec 11th,2012, James Bredin
  71. a melted soldier, Antonio Liao
  72. Translation: Modesty by M. Polydouri, Giorgio A. V.
  73. Immortal Flower, adrienne sharpe
  74. Half-life: a prophecy, John F. McCullagh
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