Holocaust Verse Poems

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


Premium MemberPollution by arthur vaso
There seems a lot of dirty faces
on Facebook
so make sure you bring a
Facecloth

Sadly
	ignorance
		can not
			be washed away



Maybe drowned?
...

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Categories: verse, angst, art, discrimination, hate,

Premium MemberTHE PEPPERMAN AND LIVING ART by Michael E. Harris
I OPENED A DOOR TO A WORLD APART.
THE SECRET WORLD OF LIVING ART.
PAINTED WITH COLOR OF DISBELIEF,
HATRED AND ANGER WITH MAGNIFICENT GRIEF.
WHERE MASS STARVATION IS...

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Categories: verse, america, corruption, holocaust, horror,



It is God's will they say by jake aller
April 28,

It is God’s will they say 

this poem was published in Tiferet journal's 2018 Poem-a-Thon.  Please see their webpage or facebook page for...

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Categories: verse, evil, holocaust, political, racism,

Premium MemberThe Next Hitler by stark hunter
The Next Hitler

The next Hitler will execute the world’s masses, 
Using costly powerful pharmaceuticals;
Feel-good grenades that bring euphoric explosions.
Metal bombs and bullets belong to a...

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Categories: verse, holocaust,

Premium MemberAt The Gates of Auschwitz by Dennis Spilchuk
At The Gates of Auschwitz

Today, I stand
At the gates of hell;—
“Arbeit macht frei,”
(work sets you free!)
That is Auschwitz,
Where they burned God’s children,
And the world stood...

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Categories: evil, holocaust, jewish, remember,

This dark eve by Julian Scutts
Plutonium ensures growth.
More Plutonium, more growths.

Fewer bombs increase the risk of unemployment.
More bombs increase the risk of employment.

Bombs for peace.
More bombs, more pieces.

Bombs to profit...

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Categories: verse, addiction, holocaust, vanity,

The Soil Cry by Yinka Pemisire pwencywealth
Earth was peaceful 
In the time of remembering 
Where the pasture looks so flourish 
Childreen roam around the green-field 
And they Cheers in an urban...

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Categories: verse, society,

Repetition of Moves by Matthew Anish
Genocide
Happens more often than 
we would like to think 
The Holocaust, Rwanda, Cambodia
and the Armenian holocaust 
to mention a few
Why can't we get along? ...

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Categories: verse, hate, holocaust,

Child refugee by Carlo Lazzari
War and violence push you so moderate
Through deserts of horror and desolation
Your innocence of tortured and desperate
Child deprived of any play and consolation

Limited plays have...

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Categories: verse, appreciation, childhood, holocaust, hope,

Premium MemberZeitgeist Composing New Songs To Be Sung by Ian Love
  competing cousins, interbreeding homo-sapiens
  hominins humming mostly human song
  altruistic generalisers, ever close to dying ways
  opportunistic, never staying long

...

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Categories: destiny, earth, hope, humanity,

Premium MemberMy Cry by Jannie Breedt
Mongrels gyrating on the edge of town
This it now- its going down
The chant electric, the doomsday count
It matters not that no one speaks a word
We...

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Categories: verse, angst, anti bullying, anxiety,

Premium MemberRefugees For Growing Wisdom by Gerald Dillenbeck
I'm listening to my least favorite inside voice
again
still reminding me in inconsistent Yang denial
of his own internal Yin belonging
to non-violently long for resolutions
toward a more...

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Categories: verse, america, caregiving, faith, health,

Premium MemberDepression by Eve Roper
shadowed monsters lurk
gripping hold in darkness of my conscious
waxing and waning anguish 
again and again
I cannot understand
crack of the whip lashes a merciless fever
it dances...

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Categories: verse, depression,

Premium MemberThe Holocaust by Tamara Beryl Latham

Skeletal frames,
whose beaten hearts
once bore
the heft of Hitler's war.

Who knelt in mass
(in silence quaked)
with stifled groans
beneath the veil of death.

Through reddened
tear-stained eyes
they prayed in vain,
for...

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Categories: verse, abuse, angst, discrimination, world

Premium MemberO Rare, The Sky by Gregory R Barden

Blessed ...
   This was a day unlike any other
      The sun arose and stole my breath
  ...

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Categories: verse, appreciation, beauty, color, earth,

Red and Gray by Arlene Smith
Skipping down the walk on a sunless, foggy day;
a bright red coat surrounded in shades if gray.

In a smoldering mass grave, on a sad and...

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Premium Memberthe doomsday clock 2 MINUTE TO MIDNIGHT by James Edward Lee Sr.
the11:23pm
tic-tic-tic-tic-tic-tic-tic
it's kronos master
tic-tic-tic-tic-tic-tic-tic
11:30pm
plans of world destruction
ending time what's he's after
11:37pm
tic-tic-tic-tic-tic-tic-tic
maker of grand father clocks
builder of body, creator of face
11:44pm
tic-tic-tic-tic-tic-tic-tic
hands and numbers encircled
tic-tic-tics and tock
mechanical clock,...

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Categories: verse, adventure, allusion, change, conflict,

Premium MemberAbandoned Cities by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton
FUKUSHIMA, OCEAN EXPOSURE:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4eGzS0eYuo

FUKUSHIMA RADIATION IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFPEY-r9QQY





"Abandoned Cities"


Empty sentries standing firm
Vacant windows glistening
they sit with Poe, Van Gough and Edvard Munch all broken
waiting patiently...

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Categories: verse, holocaust, humanity, life, war,

The recalcitrant past by Julian Scutts
His sins, many thousands of them, 
Lie buried in the anonymous soil.
Over his mantelpiece a proverb hangs: 
"Aus den Augen, aus dem Sinn." 
On his...

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Categories: verse, history, holocaust, identity,

The Red Shoes by Carlo Lazzari
I had two beautiful red shoes
I used them 
To chase the butterflies 
The clouds
The kites
The birds

They were the gift of my
Beautiful mother when I became...

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Categories: verse, anniversary, childhood, family, fate,