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Best Swastikas Poems

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Swastikas Today on Temple Mizpah
Swastikas Today on Temple Mizpah 
 

The kitchens of Auschwitz
are belching again.

Ancient chefs, 
puffed hats askew,

storm once more
the catwalks swaying.
 
When the ovens are full,
the...

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Categories: swastikas, sad
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Charlottesville
I saw Nazis march yesterday
upon the streets of Charlottesville.
And with swastikas on display
crazed members chanted blood will spill.

I saw Satan grinning with pride
at racial slurs...

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Categories: swastikas, america, angst, anxiety, bullying, discrimination, feelings,
Form: Quatrain
Fifty Shades of Black

What’s the color of forced migration pain?
Ask a black person in America,
and you’ll get fifty different slave answers

What’s the silent sound of invisible chains?
Fifty killahurts...

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Categories: swastikas, allusion, color, slavery, truth,
Form: Narrative
Correcting God
It was a fateful era for the Jews,
when their tears, blood and fate
was manipulated by the Nazi.
They found anything Jewish to be damned
and wrong, forcing...

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Categories: swastikas, deep, hate, history, holocaust, imagery, sad,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member NIGHT OF THE LONG KNIVES 2
   NIGHT OF THE LONG KNIVES 2
To your mind's eye, I lay what I may choose
to be the only way you'll ever find,
you'll...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swastikas, abuse, america, betrayal, hate, war,
Form: Sonnet



stalag 42
"dedicated to Robert a Owen...a soldier who served"

bombing the monster and his minions to
on the side of the right,the just,and the true
bullets hit the bird...

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Categories: swastikas, war
Form: Rhyme
Daddy Revisited
No more swastikas -
you're with Daddy now.
When father sneezes,
Dachau odes are sprayed
onto sandpaper.

Linen tissues
glaze his black horns.
Dish rags polish
obtuse pitchforks.

Papa squirms
in a bag
full of God.

Achoo!
Ach,...

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© John Heck  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swastikas, angst
Form: Diminished Hexaverse
Premium Member Night Of The Long Knives
   NIGHT OF THE LONG KNIVES  II
To your mind's eye, I lay what I may choose,
to be the only way you'll ever...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swastikas, hate, world war ii,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Adrift From Opik-Oort
        ADRIFT FROM OPIK-OORT
Mere evolution to its very core,
this comet Ison spans six billion years
both frigid and forgotten...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swastikas, obituary, philosophy, thanksgiving, time, thanksgiving day,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Some Thoughts, Suggestions and Ideas
Some Thoughts, Suggestions and Ideas

If it is my thought or my idea, it is the best 
one. The more force I feel to do something,...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swastikas, encouraging, sad,
Form: Blank verse
Revolution
So tell me
about injustice and hate
Shouting stop censorship
and the KKK
How America sells lies
and blood for oil
Killing Muslims 
solely to colonize their soil
Did you forget
who begot...

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Categories: swastikas, death, history, introspection, life, nostalgia, me,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member SECOND HOLOCAUST
            SECOND HOLOCAUST
We hear them now, the beating bass of drum,
the marchers, though loose-knit,...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swastikas, angst, black african american, confusion, death,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member NIGHT OF THE LONG KNIVES -- Masters Of Intimidation
   NIGHT OF THE LONG KNIVES
To your mind's eye, I lay what I may choose
to be the only way you'll ever find,
you'll never...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swastikas, angst, black african american, depression, war,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Made in Neonazia
Made in Neonazia

Life wrote you and I this poem on a sunny day of watching
penguin’s colonies bathing on the beaches near Cape Town 
A splendid...

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Categories: swastikas, evil,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member HOW DO YOU LOVE A BUTTERFLY
       HOW CAN YOU LOVE A BUTTERFLY?
Tis Satans call to claim the mind
of anyone who cares to find
the way...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swastikas, angst, art, black african american, dedication,
Form: Imagism
Of Lilliput
They are such  tiny people,
slipping in your blood stream
unperceived as you, crusading, 
ride the clouds and seas
exposing unseen cavities 
within the noble paragraphs our...

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Categories: swastikas, allegory, may,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Night of the Long Knives
   NIGHT OF THE LONG KNIVES
To your mind's eye, I lay what I may choose
to be the only way you'll ever find,
you'll never...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swastikas, death, freedom, world war ii,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member HOW CAN YOU LOVE A BUTTERFLY
       HOW CAN YOU LOVE A BUTTERFLY?
Tis Satans call to claim the mind
of anyone who cares to find
the way...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swastikas, art, fear, life, love,
Form: Imagism
Black and white
The black pawn
Eats alone in his own 
Dark corner 
White pawns with swastikas
Hound him on the chessboard
...

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Categories: swastikas, analogy,
Form: Tanka
Premium Member SKOCJAN CATFISH
  ŠKOCJAN CATFISH
In such a fresh and Springtime morning rain,
all melting snow drips slowly in the dark
of secret caves, a world of hidden pain
where hides...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swastikas, dark, death, fish, hate,
Form: Sonnet
My Husband's Gym
My husband's gym, a block away,
And which he goes to every day,
Was vandalized; an email sent
Explained the vandal's sole intent.

The locker rooms were crudely marred
With...

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Categories: swastikas, hate,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Christmas 1918
Glorious memories
	Soldiers playing football
		Across the battle lines

So fortunate they were
	Two teams and round leather
		Apocalypse as the referee

A bunch of poppies 
	Rosaries and prayers
		Wooden cross the...

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Categories: swastikas, anger,
Form: Free verse