In Buchenwald, prisoners were forced to sing at their work, as they pulled the heavy carts. They were nicknamed ’singede pferde’ by their guards: the ‘singing horses’.
Out of the mist,
the singing horses. Listen.
Don’t say you can’t hear them,
that the greyness stinging us with harmless cold annuls them.
Thin, tremulous sounds
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