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Poems About: HOLOCAUST

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  • 49.
    The Holocaust of Dreams

    Dreams are lined up against the wall
    In an imaginary Holocaust
    One by one, they are shot down
    As the dreamer is grounded read more »

    Megan Louise Brown
  • 50.
    PITY THOSE

    TEETH ACHING WITH FEAR
    STANDING IN FRONT OF ME
    WASTING HUMAN FLESH read more »

    Dicky Cantrell
  • 51.
    Why?

    My tears fall
    My supplications flow
    My heart aches
    My soul shivers read more »

    Seeker Of Truth
  • 52.
    Never Again! ! !

    Never again shall we suffer in the hand of others

    Never again shall we let our children and family be murdered read more »

    mel hekic
  • 53.
    Six Million Reasons

    the World:

    doesn’t mess-over the Jews, read more »

    ronald stroman
  • 54.
    SS Single Shot Executioners

    to save ammunition
    SS executioners
    used one bullet
    a single bullet read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 55.
    Holocaust (ii)

    This
    evil
    that men do
    features front page read more »

    Leonard Dabydeen
  • 56.
    A Conspiracy Theory

    Have you heard the news?
    Stalin's singing the blues
    And Hitler is wearing his blue suede shoes. read more »

    John Thorkild Ellison
  • 57.
    Paradise Seed

    Where is the seed
    Of the tree felled,
    Of the forest burned,
    Or living root read more »

    Kathleen Jessie Raine
  • 58.
    Words

    Words—
    Beautiful as a mother’s kiss,
    A clear sky with cotton-candy clouds,
    A lark's cheerful melody, read more »

    Alexandra Yeboah
  • 59.
    Sacrifice

    I thought my joy was my life
    And did all to keep it alive
    Even if it costs much to revive
    But there is more to life read more »

    Adetimilehin Inioluwa
  • 60.
    If You'd Been My Sister

    Would that you’d been born my sister,
    Then you would already be happily married,
    Free of the holocaust
    When your mother left to be born again; read more »

    Robert Rorabeck
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