|Reviews for At Auschwitz|
| Sophomoric Sage chapter 1 . 4/14/2007
Have you ever seen the movie 'The Pianist'? That's what this makes me think of. It's a sad poem, lonely and loaded with dark, dark memories. We're studying this in school right now, and sometimes I just want to walk out of class. Positively sickening that so many innocent people died.
Keep writing; you're talented. :)
| mgs chapter 1 . 2/6/2006
Wow, so powerful and so true. i should know! Great poem.
| Rhiannon of the Night chapter 1 . 6/3/2003
Wow, that is chilling. I love how you describe the cabinet, it just makes my feeling of utter disgust worse.
| lise chapter 1 . 12/7/2002
restent en paix les enfants
| Awel chapter 1 . 11/26/2002
Just made the same trip a few months ago, with my orchestra-we were going to perform the Brahms German Requiem there with a local choir, but that never got pulled off. It was still a very moving experience. From your poem I get the feeling your emotions were similar to mine.
I was there on a beautiful day in June and I couldn't justify the fact that the sun was shining.
| Catherine Cook chapter 1 . 7/3/2001
Very good. "Who died on the breath of a hateful God" makes me think of Lecter's own reasons for not being a fan of Jehovah.
| Namir Swiftpaw chapter 1 . 6/17/2001
Hey, that was really good! See! It proves me theory that insane people can write things that are serious! Trés cool, dude!
| Ugina chapter 1 . 5/25/2001
| Tyraa Rane chapter 1 . 3/8/2001
That was short-but good. You're right, it is a very hard subject to write about. (We're studying it in school at the moment) However, you did do a nice job. I like your description of the cabinet.
| Selphie Leonhart chapter 1 . 3/8/2001
I went to Sachsenhausen last year and the experience was very difficult...your poem reflects this although you may want to expand on it and write more stanzas to fully show how desolate and terrible that place really is.