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Saturday, April 7, 2007

Jacemo

His name was Jacemo,
later anglicised to Jack.
A nondescript little man
distinguishable only by
the tattooed numbers on
his forearm.

He came with nothing
and left with even less.
Save a scribbled note
in Yiddish that read:
'Please, will some kind
person say Kaddish for me? '


(To the memory of the
Jacemo's who didn't survive.)
jerry hughes
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COMMENTS
Dan Hanosh 07 April 2007
That's beautiful... Sad, but we need to remember. Maybe we are on the edge of another create divide. Dan Hanosh Dreams Are Yours To Share
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Alison Cassidy 07 April 2007
A poignant expression of a Jewish heritage. Beautifully expressed. love, Allie xxxx
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