Holocaust Loss Poems

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


HUMMING HUMANOIDS by ANKIT DEDHA
On a lil busy route,
For a lil dizzy fruit
They're humming everywhere.
In a bulk, unaware

Layer upon layer
Taking concrete up the stair 
burring vanilla skies
Jesus couldn't dare

For...

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Categories: loss, allusion, anger, corruption, holocaust,

Premium MemberIs it stress by Robert Ronnow
Is it stress,
or loss, despair and survival
we must discuss.
                ...

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Categories: birth, city, dog, loss,



The 40s by poesy relish
The decade that left a mark in the history of universe vast
Resounding cries surround of the world war and the cold war gross
Men shipped across...

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Categories: loss, war, universe,

Loss of Love by twanna Irisha
Maybe this is a cliché, but it’s not you it’s me.
He was consistently reminding me how selfish I could be,
And saying the world steadily revolves...

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Categories: loss, break up, deep, emotions,

Premium Membercrossfire by Carrie Richards
It began as a lovely September, 2001,  at least, it should have been.....
somewhere lost in the crossfire, between summer and fall
days growing short, and...

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Categories: history, holocaust, loss, remember,

Two of Twelve by Ge Ge
Ten remain hidden, two thousand years lost. 

Two struck down by bullet, gas, and flame; the ghetto stage one. 
Six million perished before the world...

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Categories: loss, abuse, community, corruption, history,

Premium MemberThe Rotten by Laura Breidenthal
Analysis read—and wronged—and pulled
Lulled into our idealistic mess
Words no longer ours but hung distress
Farced in carnality—they are ruled

Soundness remains what we will believe 
And all...

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Categories: loss, absence, abuse, adventure, analogy,

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: loss, character, christian, dedication, depression,

Haikus About God: III by Dan Keir
Beauty of nature
Why condense it down to God?
Isn’t life enough?
...

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Categories: loss, allah, angel, angst, confusion,

The Women by Scribbler Of Verses


The Women



(for the countless women, names unknown, who bore the brunt of Apartheid, and who fought the racist system at great cost to themselves and...

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Categories: loss, courage, daughter, death, dedication,

Lucid Dream by Miche Ulman
Look upon city once known by name,
ruins that I called home, streets swallowed by flame,
in time alive shell not witness less of what should you...

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Categories: loss, adventure, dark, death, dream,

The Petty Posh-WahZee - Liberation and Ostentation by Scribbler Of Verses


The Petty Posh-Wahzee - Liberation & Ostentation


The Not-So Distant Past:

The fallen fighters for freedom, are unable to turn in their graves,
their battered, fragmented bones, mixed...

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Categories: loss, allegory, angst, black african

The Tin Men by dani wil
The tin men
in a fortress of smoke.
Death all around,
hungry for oil.

Their eyes in the storm
divide and cleanse
to be dragged into the mud
once again.

It rumbles on.
One...

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Categories: grief, holocaust, loss, recovery

Premium MemberImpending Night by Laura Breidenthal
The impending night has fallen upon us
It woke with much persistence
Our hearts fled from its rage like a doe from a rifle
But the blast had...

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Categories: loss, angst, confusion, dark, fear,

Premium MemberAshes to Ashes by Rachel Kovacs
From ashes
she rises, 
absolving
cleansing, 
face, hands, feet.
Four months, 
Ten days, 
She mourns.
She weeps.

She clothes herself now
in an adornment of white
bowing privately, 
praying fervently, 
as bitter...

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Categories: loss, allah, brother, daughter, death,

Future Shock by James Nichols
Future Shock
Scheming together years ago, before the weekly executions,
dreaming of days we'd lift the fog of ignorance from the masses
and paradigms of stagnation shifted with...

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Categories: loss, courage, dark, death, fantasy,

Makita VI: The Focus by Glenn McCrary
Focusing upon a lantern of thirst
she ate of catastrophes
and quaffed of black karma
cast by fiction in sleaze
camaraderie non existent
though through the holocaust
erect she stood...

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Categories: life, loss, mystery,

Leather Mountains by Raul Moreno
Mountains of leather,
Summit holocaust landscapes:
Valley of dead soles.







______________________________
Inspired by the piles of shoes
in the Auschwitz concentration camps
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Categories: loss, death, history, holocaust, life,

entombed beneath corrupted flesh by alex hoag
clouds form to release the tears of forgotten children and with so shall this depravity baptize me in sin, i become so very cold as...

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Categories: death, depression, loss, me,

a state of confusion. by Dani Sousa
where am i?
what am i?
who am i?
who are you?
what are you?
where are you?
are you there?
why am i scared?
why are we here?
what are we doing?
will you...

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Categories: confusion, death, loss, sad,