Abby Rose

My Holocaust

My head swirls
My ears ring
You say i'm going to live
When i know i'm going to leave

This is my life in the Holocaust
Where i watched so many die
While i tried to my family alive

The man i love
Was treated like a thug
Beaten and flung
But still he humed

This is the Holocaust
Where people fought
Who would of thought
That we would all be lost

We all tried to servive
Just to see the light
But it only makes me want to fight
To try to get back my free life

With each hit
The seed grows
Until it almost overflows

I saw all my friends die
And i think i'm going to cry
So i look at the sky
Then i see your blue eyes

You wrap me in your arms
While you sing our song

You say i shouldnt give them anything
Not even my fear

You call me your Krasivaya
While you kissed my neck
I swore not to cry

How did i end up in the arms of a boy i barely knew
While i wished i'd never lose you to
So you whispered look at me
I'll see you siin
So just think about that
Just think about me
Because i'll be there.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 03, 2012

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