Freedom Middle School Poetry & Art

by Michael Saracini

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Where the Smoke Goes
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Pitch Dark
Opened Gates
Roaring Screams
Barking Dogs
Blows to heads

Everything was so fast.
The strong stay here.
The weak were gone in a blast,
Will I too disappear?

Without a father,
without a mother,
I must take care of my brother,
but death took one after another.

I got water.
He got gas.
It was the blotter,
and we were the ink.

Red Sky
Smoke-filled air
Smell of burning flesh

Parents,
Husbands,
Wifes,
Friends,
Chidren,
Families,
Going up the chimney.
The biggest funeral in history.
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Bright light
Opened gates
Roaring laughs
Peaceful eyes
Rest to the heads

blue sky
love-filled air
smell of heaven.

Parents,
Husbands,
Wifes,
Friends,
Chidren,
Families,
Sitting up in the clouds.
The biggest reunion in history.
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By: Jennifer Ahumada
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By: Jennifer Ahumada
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"Introduction to the Holocaust — Oral History." United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. United States Holocaust Memorial Council, n.d. Web. 19 May 2016.