Poem

The Mass Murder

Poem

A ruler had his way for years;

Hidden from rest of the world,

Lives were snatched without mercy

And the entire world wept in pain.

 

One man was all it took;

Raising from an ordinary soldier,

To the world’s greatest leader,

A ruler had his way for years.

 

In the guise of medicine;

During the Second World War,

Millions of humans were tortured

Hidden from rest of the world.

 

Old & young, male & female;

None of it mattered if they were Jew.

Camps, trains and gas chambers,

Lives were snatched without mercy.

 

The truth burst open one day;

People were dismayed and aghast,

They were too late to save their fellowmen

And the entire world wept in pain.