Holocaust Remembrance - Poem by Stephanie Billman
1000 birds killed at night,
100 birds hid in fright,
10 birds took up flight,
1 bird stayed to fight.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Many people were killed in the Holocaust in Germany.
A lot dof the people tried to hide, but were found.
Some people ran from Germany to other countries.
Only a few actualy fought back and resisted.
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