Everywhere I look, I see people as hungry as dogs.
Whenever I look up, I see people as confused as newborn children.
Everywhere I look, I see crowds of people like the long lines at an amusement park.
As I look around, I see unhappy expressions on peoples’ faces that show terror.
I can feel a sudden feeling of worry and uncertainty coming from the others.
Everywhere I look, I see people crying and looking for their loved ones.
Whenever I look up, I see that Jews are caged animals neglected and miserable.
Everywhere I look, I see poor, starving orphans searching for food.
As I look around, I see an image of horror.
I can feel butterflies in my stomach like the first day of school.