Elegy for Anne Frank
You have inspired many people
You didn’t have the chance to grow up
But you grew
Your diary read by many
You had a dream to study art in Paris
That you never got to live
You loved the outside
Never got to see it as much
You wanted a life
Wished you had the chance to grow up like adults
Wanted to be something
Then does Nazis took you
And your family
You were scared, frightened
They took you to a filthy concentration camp
Didn’t know what would happen
Had to work for nothing
Not even a criminal
Later in 1945 you died
Died like your sister, Margot, of Typhus
Your life ended short
You have always inspired million of people
And one of those people was me
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