Stories about genocide

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soothrain
soothrainCommaful Starbe a pineapple, crown atop, sweet within
Massacre of life sad stories

Massacre of life

A simple poem on genocide, a horrendous act, hope you guys like it 😊😊 ©

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eryck
eryckSilver CommaEryck
         Take Him Home 

          to Meet your Mother. genocide stories

Take Him Home to Meet your Mother.

Read on, not what you think

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pikachu
pikachuCommabassadorpika?
Remember  genocide stories

Remember

a poem about remembering the victims of genocide.

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winterheart
winterheartGifted WriterPassionate writer, Poet, Story Teller
Screams genocide stories

Screams

Stop, Don't shoot!!

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another
anotherJust Another Sad Poet
        








       Genocide against myself sad stories

Genocide against myself

Another Sad Poem

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alexinthecorner
alexinthecornerbitter bisexual disaster, he him pronoun
Genocide  genocide stories

Genocide

Only when blood has been shed do we take the advice to "turn the other cheek." People are dying and dead, while we lie safe in our beds.

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jbo
jboGifted WriterLive, learn and yearn
The lil fox of Auschwitz poem story stories

The lil fox of Auschwitz

Genocide Historical fiction poem. The Fox, the Vixen and Auschwitz. I hope there is a breath of optimism in that the fox risked it all to give some normality to those in the death camps. Its based on ...

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This is me genocide stories

This is me

Just keep a proper distance, Don't let me smell your sent.

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fgvines
fgvinesThe Official Commaful Fear Factory.
After All, She Lived Alone genocide stories

After All, She Lived Alone

Who's inside her house?

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kianamp
kianampGifted Writerin love with the art of poetry
                           the genocide. art stories

the genocide.

a harsh truth I could no longer bear.

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suepace
suepaceGifted WriterI enjoy writing flash fiction and poetry
Genocide or gentrified? That is the question. genocide stories

Genocide or gentrified? That is the question.

Selfishness is the human trait that saves and destroys. Selflessness could help, too.

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rhirhigrace
rhirhigraceGive me sunshine not rain
Today’s the day the screaming stopped. genocide stories

Today’s the day the screaming stopped.

screaming no more

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pocoyoterror
pocoyoterrorGender: Boy. Anne Frank: Sassy.
Harold B's Really Lonely Thanksgiving lgbtq stories

Harold B's Really Lonely Thanksgiving

The loneliest third-grade boy... maybe ever. Read more Harold B stories: https://commaful.com/search/?q=harold%20b

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falconclaw2004
falconclaw2004Poet/dreamer
The Monster genocide stories

The Monster

You are a five year old child going to bed. You see the monster in your nightmares. Or is it real?

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theeagle
theeagle“The things in life you cherish most”
Killers genocide stories

Killers

mia: dad where are you? Dad: Right here

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kateri
kateriBronze CommaKatherine L.L
The Heart of The Forest recovery stories

The Heart of The Forest

she was lost, and found life

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silkyne
silkyneI'm new to writing and I suck at I :P
I'll be there







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I'll be there

I'll see you soon. Old friend.

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leoshe
leosheGifted WriterStories that last - Amateur Writer
"Hells Assassin's" The beginning of a series series stories

"Hells Assassin's" The beginning of a series

We are the lost ones,  the last generation to put up with the nonsense of the every day world. The kids who grew tired of waiting for the world to change,  for the adults of our every day lives to tak...

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