Anne Frank

April 3, 2011
By SMBradley SILVER, Clarksville, Arkansas
SMBradley SILVER, Clarksville, Arkansas
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Favorite Quote:
Damn the torpedo's, full speed ahead!

You hid away, like a bear in the winter
You were a mouse, making no sound
You were smart, you were

You've shown people
Hope and courage
Chaning lives

You were taken away
Because of betrayal
Last seeing your family

You lived the rest
Of your life in misery
Wishing, wondering,

You left a diary
With words of sadness
Anger, fear and even

You told a story that
Touched a million hearts
And because of it, I live a new

A girl of early teens
Lost her life to
Starvation, disease, because of

We all hope it will
Never repeat,
But If it did, I'd want to be just like

Thank you, for writing
Your story
Thank you, for teaching

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on May. 11 2011 at 11:07 pm
AddictedToWriting BRONZE, La Grande, Oregon
3 articles 5 photos 124 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Writer's Block is when your characters get fed up with all you put them through and go on strike." -- Anonomous
"A Writer is someone for whom writing is more difficult than it is for other people."--Thomas Mann

Oooh, wow.  Very well written.  I like this lots!  :D

Correct me if I'm wrong, but this made me think of Anne Frank.  Is she the subject of this poem?

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