Jason Strimmer H. Evers
First poem published in 1977 in The Peacock Magazine published by Cokethorpe Park School, Witney, Oxfordshire.
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A train to Bavaria in wartime
And she meets a promising young soldier
Except his story
Tells the pain of executing families and children
'Uncle! Am I standing straight' he heard the boy say to his uncle
This is his memory
Of his part in the so-called 'Final Solution'
That ever since then he has tried to kill himself
He has tried and failed to kill himself
In combat, battles, on several fronts
But still his wringing hands cannot tell
The ringing in his ears
The memory of final words said
Before he shot them.
Nothing will take the pain ...