Holocaust Poem

June 16, 2010
By Apreciator13 BRONZE, Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Apreciator13 BRONZE, Cherry Hill, New Jersey
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Favorite Quote:
"force answers force, war breeds war, and death only brings death."

It’s very surprising, how the happy and well will die

The lost and scared, will live on to try

Yet they didn’t all survive this time

While the death train rolls onto the tracks, just on time

They fight for their lives, freedom, and rights

But 55 to 12 they still lost that fight

200,000 dead lying on the ground with nothing to hide behind

While the others lungs are pumped with gas, falling loosing their binds

But this kid he saw the others fates

Like the one kid who is waiting for his freedom and fate, he continues to wait

While these three kids pose behind a gate

Now the rest are glad that there is no more hate

The author's comments:
I had to do this for Language Arts last year, it was based off of pictures posted around the room, one picture for a line.

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