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Poems About: HOLOCAUST

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  • 73.
    INFERNO

    It birthed several summers ago
    as the undergrowth grew into a
    carpet of flammable fuel, waiting
    impatiently to explode. read more »

    jerry hughes
  • 74.
    The Stanzas Of My Mind

    When stars fell cold
    Like chunks of ice out of a fatal sky,
    We memorized the hoar frost on gray roofs
    And slanted thoughts to fit time's westward curve. read more »

    Sandra Fowler
  • 75.
    Mirthless Madrigals

    Mirthless madrigals,
    mumblings of murkish minds,
    the Holocaust, watershed of miseries endless.
    Crows on carrion this mindless carnage subsists, read more »

    Azubuike Justin
  • 76.
    Witnessing Dawn: The Beekeeper

    Clouds erupt to obscure a solemn sky
    No longer do I hear the buzz of bees
    Today, all things on Earth awoke to die
    I watch and wait amidst my ancient trees read more »

    Philip Kirk
  • 77.
    ZF3 Proclaiming Retrofit New World Order

    Nazi clones wait
    to fight under flags
    of a new world order
    wait to fight soulless read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 78.
    Is This True?

    The land of dreams
    Mountains with snowy peaks
    It was you who took me to those reverie lands read more »

    Adnan Majeed
  • 79.
    Fluorescent Musing (Sonnet)

    I seek for the temporal gush of the wind
    And vie to ferry the holocaust in a dream
    Beneath the summer's palm I gleaned
    For the wisps of the hottest stream read more »

    Norman Santos
  • 80.
    Unrecogizable

    Mother,

    you are not living, read more »

    Sara Fielder
  • 81.
    Twin Triplets.No.14

    BIRTH n’ DEATH

    If waking is a mini birth
    And sleeping, a minor death read more »

    Valsa George
  • 82.
    Pirouettes

    Our dry skin aches
    over shifting bones
    and it would not fit anymore,
    and it would feel the same nevermore read more »

    Norman Santos
  • 83.
    Succumbed

    If you were the ocean
    I would walk into you
    And submerge myself
    Under your waves read more »

    Guinevere Eveleigh
  • 84.
    Strange Bedfellows

    Anne Coulter entered a room with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
    Instead of passing insults they embraced their secret love
    Both traced their hungry talons around each other's tentacles
    Grasping at one another like little lambs to be slaughtered read more »

    kevin patrick
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