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Hatred for his People.
I wonder if Hitler knew the pain,
as the gas entered their lungs.
I wonder if he dreamed of their screams,
and of the lies he rolled off his tounge.
I wonder of he painted his world with blood
and splattered it across the map.
I wonder if he knew the terror
when they realized they were trapped.
I wonder if people saw the worst
but chose to ignore it still.
Even when their neighbors were gone,
and knew they were being killed.
I wonder if he watched the camps
and saw their horrified faces.
But his hatred for these people,
kept him winning in the races.
I wonder if he saw his demise
in the eyes of his young youth.
Because at the end of World War 2
everyone knew of the truth.
And I wonder is Hitler ever considered
his actions to be lewd.
Because with his dieing breath-
"So this is what I did to the Jews..."