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4. He came home. Said nothing.

Going Home, Wislawa Szymborska
Pulitzer Prize winner and survivor of World War II Poland, Szymborska wrote about the terror and turmoil of her time, first during the war and then in postwar Soviet-dominated Poland. This poem speaks of a man who sees evil but does nothing.

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