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The trains of misery

By BlackRose @--%--- All Rights Reserved ©

Drama / Horror

my nightmare

I wake up screaming again with the sound of the trains again. As i sweep the cold sweat from my forehead and try to make my mind calm down .i feel burning tears in my eyes again. Why is it that after all these years i cannot escape the memories. No not the memories those should never go away. if they would all those people would have died in vain. 

Just the trains, if i only could escape from those god damn trains.

I raise from my bed and walk across the room to my table and sat down. no use of trying to sleep now. I open my PC and become writing. I might as well put my dreams to words, maybe just maybe it will get me to that state of inner peace i so much long for.

It was year 1939 when Germany invaded Poland . First started the "rules and regulations " for all non human race people . First you were not allowed to be in same buss and train that the others were in. The you got fired from your job cause you were not pure blooded or not even human as it was told you from time and time again.

Then there was the arrival of the stars. The mark that made you non-human once and for all. You could look like everyone else but that yellow star of David in your clothes made everyone avoid and hate you

We were placed on these "special areas" so that we would not 

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