Letter To Astor

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Dear Mr. Astor: Everytime i hear your name i am still frieghtened. My soul trembles and the uneasy feeling of hunger comes rushing back. The sound of the grubbling stomachs still seem to haunt me, they have followed me even though the camps are long gone. Do you by any chance recall that day when I walked in on you and your precious "female friend", you appeared so desperate and useless. I could not help myself but laugh at you with disgust. Although i got beat severely that day, the way i snickered and the pity i felt for you deep in my heart at that moment was priceless. That was the only smile that was cracked upon my face since my mother and little sister were seperated from my father and I. Flashback, to when you used to beat…show more content…
God seems to be more on your side than ours. How can there not be justice, there has to be! I hope you and you're Nazi fellows pay for what you have done. Perhaps, all this will not go down in vain, because the Jewish community is stronger than ever. I take back all that was writtin in this letter above these words, although i have all the reasons in the world to despite you, and from the bottom of my heart, i do. Yet not enough to kill you. For once in my life im at peace. i forgive you for all you have done to me. taking my family, my home, my faith, and my young innocense. I forgive you, in a way i'm immuned to evilness. Look a little into my life, possibly read my best selling book. As you can clearly see, I have used your evilness to craft a genius work of art. I have used you, to write a book so marvelous, that i have earned myself the prestigous award; the nobel peice prize. I have reached an overwhemling success, and where have you gone, oh yes, i believe you are reading this in jail. The Jews are excelling in every criteria, half of hollywood is owned by us. The Jewish lifestyle, customs, and religion has been passed on and accepted by the new generation. In case you did not already get the point, we are an invisible group of people, never to be perished. I once again feel the same pity for you as the day i discovered you with your little blonde, blue eyed, perfect aryan combination,

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