Holocaust

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No longer can I take this
THUNDER
crashing DOWN
from the skies.
I weep for our
innocent souls,
assuage our pain,
hear our cries.
your cryptic minds
left their marks
your rigor, our demise,
you razed our already
indigent lives,
acrid love,
LIES.
the ashes,
smoke,
ruins,
sobs for help
unheard,
LOCKED
inside these gates,
FOREVER,
never understood.
we watched
as our loved ones
DIED
with their blood
against these
walls,
feeling their
bottomless
terror…
imagining ours.
you dragged us from
our homeland-
that June of 1941,
a month so clear in our
wounded minds,
a worldwide
tragedy
of all mankind.
we heard nothing but
eternal blame
as we were innocent
scapegoats,
and as your hands
relaxed around
our throats,
we were
TORN
from
comforting arms,
fed to a life of
bread crumbs
and rags.
we were punished for our
inherent feats…
and what did our religion
truly make?
not a person,
but a mere belief…
but yet so sullenly,
you got your way,
as we were
once the children
whose final
breaths
were taken
away.





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