Under unmarked earth, my long lost brother.
Forgot his name?! Why bother my long lost brother.
They burned the photograph of our Mother
Those evil Nazi Other.
The last time I saw him
That night in the gas chamber when my soul went dim.
Here I am now crying at the Shabbos table.
The Nazi, Cain, Savagely massacred his Jewish younger brother, Abel.
How many ways they hated
These rat low-life? Hell is their eternal fate.
Now old and frail here I stand in the chamber looking at all the fingernail scratches on the walls.
Where? Which are the ones of my long lost little brother? He was about three foot tall.
My baby dear brother,
Why you and not me?
I failed you, Mama. I could not keep my promise to our dear Mother.
I will find your ashes, my baby brother and plant an eternal memory, a life-giving Tree.
And every day I will visit and water you.
With my guilt broken tears and Heaven’s Dew.
Your generations will live through my generations of me.
You will not be one of the Six Million of the nameless Jew.
Take my hand, my long lost brother.
And through me, we will revenge ourselves over the Hell damned Nazi Other.
Please forgive me, Mama, my beloved Mother.