Poetry

Remember my Past

By 9th December 2006December 9th, 2019No Comments

Death! Cold, Cold Death
No emotion, No sorrow,
Just today! This minute, no tomorrows,

No one cares! Live or die,
Just sit and stare
Into death do I,

A name no more, A number am I,
There’s no before,
Remember my number when I die,

Lying! Sighing! Hunger pains,
Dying! Starving
On cold bed stains,

My skeletal frame has had its last,
No more do I hunger,
I am now past,

No tears shed, no sorrow, no crying
When I am gone,
Will they remember? Or know of my dying,

Remember my past as they open the gates,
For me life has gone,
No name! Just a skeletal face,

In a death camp was I, a horror of a place,
In a death camp I died,
Remember my number! My skeletal face.

Dianne Audrey Daniels

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