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Monday, August 25, 2014

Remembering the Holocaust ~

Seventy Years Later
Auschwitz

One Sunday morning in Munich
Seventy years later 
I saw six suitcases painted white 
Standing on a sidewalk 
Each with a rose stuck on 
And nametags. 

People came past 
Stopped, bent over to read 
And continued on with stooped shoulders— 
Wrenched from Sunday calm.

1 comment:

Stephanie M said...

This is a beautiful poem, and so sad. Thanks so much for sharing.