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Silent Holocaust
by Marty Kay
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Silent Holocaust

Your birth,
a blood bath,
in a stainless steel

Plucked from the
warmth of your
mother's womb.

They snapped your spine
and crushed
your skull,
delivered you,

Fragile fetus,
culled from your cocoon,
in killer's claws.

Your birth-cry,
will never flood
the room.

The giant Oak,
will never
shade your slumber.

Zero, zero,
vital signs.
I felt
a heartbeat.

I crossed
your route
from womb
to tomb.

In secret,
I baptised you.

In The Name of
The Father,
The Son,
The Holy Spirit.

I brought you to
your resting place.

Your coffin,
a glass jar.
Your epitaph,
Your burial ground,

We thought
The Holocaust
had ended.




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Reviewed by Connie Faust
Tears. God forgive them, the mothers and fathers who are so deceived. Send them help, Lord. Show them Your light and Your truth. Transform them by the power of the blood of Jesus that they might seek forgiveness for the blood of their children. Then comfort them as You assure them of Your love.
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
Very powerful, tragic write! God bless the child!

Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks
Gasp! I can only grieve with you...
Blessings, dear friend...Micke
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Undone - words fail - who speaks for the child? *tears*

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Richard Atwood
The angels must weep, and God be grieved.

There are times it may be necessary -- but I cannot judge why or when. Only know that the lost here go directly to the Father's bosom, and are in that sense blessed with no possibility of sin or losing salvation.... Nonetheless, all the lives and good that could have been touched or made had they lived -- boggles the mind at the broken possibilites.

A stunning, heart-rending piece.

Rick A.
Reviewed by Rodney Bohen
Grand & important piece

Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
Oh my..what pain I feel here in these words...stay safe and well...HUgss
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK
Sad,i.e. But Saved From Millions Human Pervert Child Molesters--Modern Day 2008 Holocaust...

Credit For Different Write On!

Reviewed by Southern Comfort
This was intense, powerful, in your face writing! I wish to thank-you for telling what abortion really is, IT IS MURDER, plain and simple! SC
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