Poetry

January 28, 2019 Poetry , POETRY / FICTION

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By

Mariangela Canzi

 

 

 

Auschwitz

 

 

Looking

at the snowflakes

falling down.

Memories of home

return

like a torturing

pain.

 

Snow is covering

the freezing huts,

whitening

the crematory roof.

 

A cheerful robin

is flying high.

 

Silence:

dreadful is the grief.

 

Silence:

death is coming on.

 

 

 

 

 

Life

 

 

Poetry

is stronger

than hate

 

Music

is stronger

than death

 

Bridges

are stronger

than prejudice

 

Words

are stronger

than silence

 

We proclaim

our faith:

Life.

 

 

 

 

 

Mariangela Canzi

Mariangela Canzi is Italian mother tongue, translator. Her passion is the English language. She started writing poems about two years ago. It was a joke, it is now a challenge and a pleasure.

She tries to express her feelings and thoughts about life and the world.

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