Holocaust Poems - Poems For Holocaust

Poems about holocaust. You can read the best holocaust poems. Browse through all holocaust poems.

In this page, poem about holocaust are listed.

  • 361.

    It rains every day and yet there's no life in this water world.
    Brother, what can you see from up there?
    Do you see our lifeless civilization
    floating onto the shores of Atlantis?
    The screaming came first, then the warheads.
    We were too arrogant and abrasive,
    applying Vietnam War logic,
    and look how that turned out.

    We weren't meant to rule this world.
    Even kings and queens are descendants of slaves.
    One day, the inheritors of this planet will turn
    our abandoned schools into holocaust museums,
    with our selfies immortalized in grainy photo projections.

    Until then, brain clouds will fill the skies:
    gray matter sporadically exerting electrical charges.
    Shh, God is thinking.
    Let's not make a scene and disturb
    the departed.
    Toss a coin into the planet
    from the space station.
    Wish well. read more »

  • 362.
    My Frozen Breeze!

    O my lovely heart lies there frozen still
    and fills with grief this vast eternal world!
    No more I can see the smiles flashing rill
    and her soul is off this earth's pull, you behold! read more »

  • 363.
    Love's Holocaust

    A single touch sparks a fire in our eyes,
    A flame of passion slowly rising from the depths of our souls.
    Casting our shadows on the wall, dancing in a blaze of luminosity.
    In a heat of desire, we embrace in a sea of flames, read more »

  • 364.

    Be clement still, and steep
    Thy breasts in mandragore,
    And let thy hands a poppied vintage pour
    Whenas we turn, idolatrous, read more »

  • 365.
    Quest for freedom

    Bureaucracy wages war with the civilians,
    Tyranny watches people lose their breath,
    People suppressed in the name of rules.
    We hopelessly watch, people dying without any need, read more »

  • 366.
    Might Up in Arms Against Slight

    Sensing a secluded sarcastic mumble
    Mighty ocean, holding up her breath
    Commiserating chase, paused the pace
    As if, to scan the universe of distance read more »

  • 367.

    Men that are considered noble
    Don't kill defenseless people
    In his heart will always remain
    A gentle soul we can't explain read more »

  • 368.
    Is everywhere nowhere?

    I have heard trillion of times,
    God is there, here and everywhere;
    dim eyes of bird brains fail to see...
    God smiles in a child`s grin read more »

  • 369.
    The Gunmaster

    At school he taught us chemistry.
    In life he shot the wisdom of kill.
    We called him Gunmaster. read more »

  • 370.
    Death Is Still True

    I have in history seen them in the field of war.
    Painted green their bodies like grass.
    Their faces had been killed in black like earth.
    Heavy with steel of death on their shoulder blades. read more »

  • 371.

    Best wishes for your health regained.
    It seems that we are all in pain;
    Each in our own special way
    Some tomorrow, some today. read more »

  • 372.
    Redemption costs

    Found myself among the lost
    Walking across hell without a cross
    Conduct a weak-sauce holocaust
    As I put-in work eons beyond the boss. read more »

New Holocaust Poems

  1. International Holocaust Remembrance Day .., john tiong chunghoo
  2. Racism, John Masaitis
  3. Hallowed Holly, Saiom Shriver
  5. Hatred Is Black, Rich Reitz
  6. The Holocaust is happening xxx, BurningDesire PhekoMotaung
  7. Gk. Kainos. New, douglas scotney
  8. Alphabet Poem - 14, Ferdinand L Quintos
  9. Haiku Match Points, Jonathan ROBIN
  10. Yad Vashem, Dale Harvey
  11. No Frustration... Dec 11th,2012, James Bredin
  12. genesis of genocide, gershon hepner
  13. I Looked Out at Life with Holocaust Eyes, Alan Freshman
  14. TWO SUBJECTS NOT DISCUSSED OCT 20TH,2012, James Bredin
  15. A Single Cigarette Sucked Down, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  16. A Cunning Mind Triggers the Holocaust, rajendran muthiah
  17. My Holocaust, Abby Rose
  18. Grain Of Salt, Dillon Gay
  19. Beyond The Sky At Night, Jay Allard
  20. I Don't Deserve Forgiveness, Champion Chris
  21. In Their Hopeless Schools, Robert Rorabeck
  22. Is This True?, Adnan Majeed
  23. Experience Reality Living Memories Erased, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  24. Ribbons In A Sea, Robert Rorabeck
  25. Through Her Clefts, Robert Rorabeck
  26. ABORTION CLINICS MAY 13 2011, James Bredin
  27. Sacrifice, Adetimilehin Inioluwa
  28. Experience Reality Disaster Horrific, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  29. ZF3 Proclaiming Retrofit New World Order, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  30. Holocaust (ii), Leonard Dabydeen
  31. SS Demons, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  32. IS ABORTION MURDER?, James Bredin
  33. Death Of The World., Mark Horsfall
  34. Vast leaped the candle's flame, Patti Masterman
  35. The Shoes, sheena blackhall
  36. The Holocaust of Dreams, Megan Louise Brown
  37. Not To Be Written, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  38. Anonymous Plays:XVI - ‘Arden of Feversham’, Algernon Charles Swinburne
  39. The Profile on the Pillow, Dudley Randall
  40. I am The Holocaust, Hannah Diane Williams
  41. If You'd Been My Sister, Robert Rorabeck
  42. Freedom, Yousaf hanifi
  43. A Conspiracy Theory, John Thorkild Ellison
  44. Frozen Moments, Daniel Richards
  45. The Tomb, Peter Eliastam
  46. Maker of Horror, Naveed Akram
  47. Darkest Days, Joyce Hemsley
  48. No Intervening, Rovert Nworb
  49. Never Again! ! !, mel hekic
  50. Watching Them Filter Us, Vanessa Kingsley
  51. history ***** SPARTANS, Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
  52. The Eucharist, abhilash fraizer
  54. HOLOCAUST, Rajkumar Mukherjee
  55. Anne Frank, Whitney Albright
  56. Mistakes, Abel Obando
  57. Two- point perspective, Twisted Rose
  58. tomorrow morning, early, gershon hepner
  59. gas, gershon hepner
  60. mea culpa'd, gershon hepner
  61. INFERNO, jerry hughes
  62. 'Arbeit Macht Frei', nimal dunuhinga
  63. Dying in the Hell I Call Home, michelle sheppard
  64. The Square, Carolyn RellingSurrisi
  65. Basti, Always Aparna
  66. Why?, Seeker Of Truth
  68. does it haae a meaning?, gershon hepner
  69. Victory, Diamond Jones
  70. Many Noble Men, ENOCH JOHN
  71. I CRY FOR THEM, Aldo Kraas
  72. September 11, Holocaust, Mimie Durand
  73. Biggest Holocaust, O Anna Niemus
  74. Holocaust-, ashley guthrie
[Hata Bildir]