Kellsey Hartmann

Rookie (5-21-1994)

Kellsey Hartmann Poems

41. The Next Chapter 3/13/2012
42. Holocaust Train Cars 6/16/2012
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Holocaust Train Cars

I wonder how…
How many days,
Since we ate, drank…
Have seen the sun's rays

I wonder
How much longer
‘til we're free,
And don't have to stand here

How long?
How much
‘til I have
Any food, water, and such?

Each day we stand,
Each day that passes,
More people die,
Lying in masses

Each day that passes
There is more room to sit,
Then lay, on the bodies…
Their hearts all quit

Finally! They open the doors
And those left unload
"faster! Faster! FASTER! "
They all goad

Shortly after
We ...

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Beautiful Winter

The warmth still surrounds me as I open the door
one step out and I feel the cold rush around me
I can't take my eyes off the beauty
just look at all the trees

Icicles hang from their branches
bending and bowing under the snowy weight
a world blanketed and pure
creating such a beautiful sight

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