Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Expression

Hey.

So I was talking with my friend Mauro, who just came back from his trip to Berlin, and I stumbled upon this two lyrics he made after he visited the holocaust's museums.







Holocaust poems

through mausoleums
of empty looks
snow laying,
last cold memory
of their unknown
crying












Berlin's wall

Wall, ideas
keeper...
muse
for melancholic poets









Despite not having done a perfect translation, sometimes the value of a few words is just disarming.

21 comments:

  1. Very sad history we have over there... good reminder aless.

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  2. really nice post combined with photos and these shocking expression through poems.. I feel sorry for those pour souls lost and tortured in the holocaust...
    keep it up

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  3. Coming from a jewish family (at least half of my family is jewish) i find this extremely sad. The first picture + poem, is simply gut wrenching.

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  4. ...Such a sad poem... I hope the saying 'History repeats itself' doesn't come true...

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  5. A dark part in gaemanys history which can never be forgotten

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  6. It was a very sad time indeed

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  7. amazing how a few words can make such a deep impact

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  8. These poems combined with the strong pictures really arise emotions. Thank you for this meaningfull moment.

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  9. Wow those pictures look awesome, Ive always wanted to visit Berlin. It must have sucked living through this horribe days.

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  10. Your so right about how powerful a few words can be. I've always been so fascinated and studied the horrible devastation of the Holocaust!

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  11. thats not a really cute impression :<

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  12. Thanks for sharing the poem it was nice.

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  13. I love "through mausoleums/of empty looks"

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