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Haiku Holocaust Poems | Haiku Poems About Holocaust

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Not a Lie

not a Jewish lie
the Holocaust is for real
you can still hear screams

Copyright © Robert Heemstra | Year Posted 2013



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Haikus About God: III

Beauty of nature
Why condense it down to God?
Isn’t life enough?

Copyright © Dan Keir | Year Posted 2013

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A Name says it All

some nmes like Hitler
Charles Manson are terror
Jesus Christ is not

Copyright © Robert Heemstra | Year Posted 2013

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Typhoon

Retrocognating
Devastating typhoon come
Sturdy than ever

Foretell its mighty
Long before hit the downhills
Flooding all over

Wandering chelas
Discerning how it may create
Learning to alter

Uniting mass wind
Resonates with  human's mind
Soaring consciousness 

Denser form of thoughts
Materialize its energy form
Experience choices.


Copyright © marvin celestial | Year Posted 2015

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Hymns of Praise

Hymns of Praise

Singing hymns of praise
in the midst of a tempest
a sense of relief

Copyright © Estela Canama | Year Posted 2014

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Holocaust Haiku One

Skeletons walk free. 
Their minds once dead, resurrect, 
Remembering

Copyright © Stuart Ackerman | Year Posted 2015

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senryu

Senryu 
A dead horse in the road 
Berlin 1945 
People with knives cutting flesh 

Copyright © jan oskar hansen | Year Posted 2013

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Holocaust Haiku Eight

Work makes free, a lie 
Notches on a sickle, a tally 
Death's head obliterates 




( Yes, I know that this is not a true Haiku, if we all follow the rules...5/7/5 words per line )
I chose to tweak the "rules" to make the grammar flow better with commas, etc, 
If anyone objects, I am happy will delete this haiku. )

Copyright © Stuart Ackerman | Year Posted 2015

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Holocaust Haiku Two

The older I get, 
More acute the memory. 
No names, just numbers. 

Copyright © Stuart Ackerman | Year Posted 2015

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Holocaust Haiku Five

Railway to nowhere 
Orchestral chambers screaming 
Final solution 

Copyright © Stuart Ackerman | Year Posted 2015

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Holocaust Haiku Seven

We count the long hours 
They will be here soon, too soon 
We suspect the end 

Copyright © Stuart Ackerman | Year Posted 2015

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Holocaust Haiku Four

Sisters and brothers 
Eradicated with hate 
Chimneys spewing death 

Copyright © Stuart Ackerman | Year Posted 2015

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Holocaust Haiku Six

Hiding no avail 
Stormtroopers with machine guns 
We run, we die, why?

Copyright © Stuart Ackerman | Year Posted 2015

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Holocaust Haiku Three

Sweet the fragrant smell, 
Wafting and piercing my head. 
I sleep, drift away.

Copyright © Stuart Ackerman | Year Posted 2015

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Haiku for the Mocking Bird

The Mockingbird sits,
on a wooden chair singing
away its own death.

Copyright © Jackson LaBaugh | Year Posted 2016

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holocaust

history repeats itself
trees $40 and up
holocaust

Copyright © Dan Ravasio | Year Posted 2013