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9/5/2003 c1 117Seras Nova
I have never read anything that has to do with the holocaust on, so I really don't hav e much to go on. As far as i can tell, it was a wonderful poem. Nice job.

8/7/2003 c1 K. Evenstar
You have tackled this subject beautifully. Well done.
8/7/2003 c1 106cosmo-queen
Beautiful. The Holocaust is something which grieves me immensely, as it is an example of human nature at its worst. It pains me that, even though we're all humans, people can have such hatred towards each other. It just makes me sick. Very beautifully expressed, if only more people thought along these lines, then there would be no terrible losses of life like the Holocaust in the first place. Keep writing :)

8/7/2003 c1 8Aureya of Chocolate

oh that is so sweet!

now i know where the phrase "to kill someone with your kindness" comes from.


(nice poem, btw)

lotsa luv,

8/6/2003 c1 19Kat-Renee Kittel
Thanks for the poem. I am a Messianic Jew and it's hard sometimes to think of what was done in the past and is still going on in Israel, my real homeland.

Many Jews forget that believing in Yeshua/Jesus didn't keep the Nazis from taking Jewish believers to concentration camps. Did you know that The King and the people in Holland all wore yellow stars so that the Nazis wouldn't know who to take. Israel is losing its love for the One who gave them back their homeland. Keep writing and praying. ^..^
8/6/2003 c1 18The Fallen Caryatid
Excellent poem, very touching... Mind if I read this at my church? I'd give you credit, of course.
8/6/2003 c1 22Schrodinger's Cat
Great poem! Had a whole lot of impact on me. I believe the rhyming was responsible.

Super job!
8/6/2003 c1 Sunburst Angel
Good poem. I liked how you showed the Holocaust from someone else's point of view than that you usually see.

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