Poems About: HOLOCAUST
Poems on / about :
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313.The Holocaust Files & Other Theme Poems
Theme: Love Poems (various forms of love,10 poems only)
*any theme category may be extended upon reader interest and requests
A Family Blessing
Changing Scene read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
314.Regret Of A Lunatic
I look ahead.
A cold hard stone.
Ahead. read more »Bette Kayley Jones
315.song of hope
When they sang the song of hope
in Bergen Belsen, bodies which
had not yet been transformed to soap
or shoveled off into a ditch read more »gershon hepner
316.hate that dare not speak its name
The hate that dare not speak its name,
the hate that Muslims feel for Jews,
has now become the very same
that Nazis demonstrated––views read more »gershon hepner
317.Peaked Cap; Skull-And-Crossbones Badge
stripped of citizenship rights
stripped of wealth all property
herded into walled off ghettos
denied medicines adequate food read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
SOME have won a wild delight,
By daring wilder sorrow;
Could I gain thy love to-night,
I'd hazard death to-morrow. read more »Charlotte Brontë
319.The Testimony Of Light
Our life is a fire dampened, or a fire shut up in stone.
--Jacob Boehme, De Incarnatione Verbi
Outside everything visible and invisible a blazing maple. read more »Carolyn Forché
What boots it on the Gods to call? read more »Rudyard Kipling
I am now and then.
I am your enemy and your friend.
I am your alpha and your omega,
your beginning and your end. read more »Phillip Mobley
322.The monster's reign/the holocaust
Children playing in the streets,
gunshot is what the parent meet.
Men lined up against a wall,
one by one they start to fall. read more »Ashley somethingorother
You who were the 'Chosen',
you who suffered long.
You who wore the yellow star,
The victims of great wrongs. read more »Bill Mitton
Oskar Schindler was a member of the Nazi party. He was a, womanizer, war profiteer, and saved the lives of 1,100 Jews during the holocaust. He was enigmatic - one man against overwhelming odds who made a difference.
'Save one life and you save the world.' read more »Colin Ian Jeffery