Prejudice Poem

February 24, 2012
By CheyChey18 BRONZE, Scottsburg, Indiana
CheyChey18 BRONZE, Scottsburg, Indiana
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Prejudice is..
The Black sky as they take you..
The sickly screams of children fading into the background..
Praying on our knees but no one can help us now..
Anger fear and pain fill the air..But also bravery..
Along the dirt roads of Germany were taken..
The rancid smell of burning flesh and disease slaps us in the face...
We can taste the anger on our tongues like acid..
I pray, Is death going to rescue us from this place?

The author's comments:
I was thinking of the Holocaust, when I wrote this poem.

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