Holocaust Grave Poems

These Holocaust Grave poems are examples of Grave poems about Holocaust. These are the best examples of Grave Holocaust poems written by international poets.


Premium MemberBlanc comme la neige by arthur vaso
White like the snow

Ice stiffened limbs
Reaching out
No saviors about

Snow flakes in the wind
I reached and reached and reached
Towards deaths cold hands

Never to see her again
I...

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Categories: angst, art, french, grave,

Premium MemberWHITE Invisible Tracks by arthur vaso
Never to see her again
I looked down
Wine of bloods holo

Flowing from my hands
Unto the devils abode
Whitest of Pyrenees days
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Categories: art, children, death, grave,



Premium MemberThe Withdrawing Room by liam mcdaid
Huddled together in this abstemious grey chamber
no windows or means of escape walls closing in
trapped where the un-sanctified transactions are made 


Daunting without exit the...

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Categories: grave, abortion, bereavement, child abuse,

Premium MemberAtomic Apocalypse by Brendan J. Simons
The horsemen have arrived on their menacing mares,
Whose stiletto hoofed horseshoes click-clack on which
Achromatic static; silent staccatos inside of ultraviolet light.

As vidalian dampened eyes drip...

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Categories: future, grave, holocaust, psychological,

Holocaust by Karissa Kelley
My head hurts, my chest pounds
The men with guns all around
They frighten me, standing tall
I watch them, as they line us on a wall
One by...

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Categories: corruption, death, grave, grief,

Times of Trouble Are Ahead by Jim Pemberton
Read the Bible and the words that are said.
Times of trouble and tribulation are ahead!

All one has to do is read the book of revelation.
To...

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Categories: grave, character, christian, dedication, depression,

Winds near Heschel's Grave by Matthew Anish
Stark winds blowing across the fields and streets 
The grave of that honorable rabbi is covered with leaves
Very difficult to live up to such piety...

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Categories: grave, holocaust,