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War sweeps across Europe. Jews are collected and sent to concentration camps. In 1940 Poland, a gypsy boy named Zack just had his family's caravan bombed, killing his last living relative, his father. Two Jewish boys befriend Zack, so he tells them where they should jump their train before it reaches the concentration camp. They do what they must to survive. There is hope; there can be living with a smile. I sat here as frustration and anger ran rampant within me. I ask myself what of these chaotic, lived moments that can eat away at me, belittling my life, my drive, destroying the bright …mehr

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War sweeps across Europe. Jews are collected and sent to concentration camps. In 1940 Poland, a gypsy boy named Zack just had his family's caravan bombed, killing his last living relative, his father. Two Jewish boys befriend Zack, so he tells them where they should jump their train before it reaches the concentration camp. They do what they must to survive. There is hope; there can be living with a smile. I sat here as frustration and anger ran rampant within me. I ask myself what of these chaotic, lived moments that can eat away at me, belittling my life, my drive, destroying the bright dreams and care that used to shine within me. Where bright golden smiles were once with me each and every moment of my loving day, where I caressed life with passion and love, with warm feelings of happiness permeating through my body, nurturing the soul that I am... My comfort now is anger, hate and resentment of the moments that made life worthwhile, for to be without these precious living moments and feelings are like dying and seeing no tomorrows. I push these things aside, grabbing at a straw of hope that I may once again feel comfortable within myself. About the Author: Albert Megraw grew up in London in the latter years of World War II. "Seeing bombed-out schools, houses, and factories around our flat was a constant sight that never left me." At 16, he joined the merchant navy, spending "five years travelling the world seeking my dream." Now retired, he lives in Australia.