Remember the Holocaust

I awake to the smell of ash.
Does it depict my future or their past?
How could one person seal their fate.
Millions killed by his hate.

He spread the violence with a symbol.
One of red and black, his actions nimble.
He sent them to a death of work and gas.
His hatred and disgust none could bypass.

They prayed for freedom and salvation.
From his rule, from his nation.
He treated them like objects and toys.
They're no longer harmless girls or boys.

No these men and woman are long dead.
Due to the way he taught and how he lead.
People forget the hunger that they faced,
Along with the shame and disgrace.

How could one full of hate be empowered,
to do such evil, I believe he's a coward.
As for the many who lived his lies,
you deserved happiness and bluer skies.

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