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What do the references to the birds and animals made in the poem suggest?
The references to the birds in the woods and fish in the waters suggest that they are free to live and thrive without fear of being of being mistreated or driven out from their homes by cruel politics and war. Even the pets such as dogs are kept safe and warm by their owners and cats are allowed to enter buildings and cars as equally as humans who are not Jews. The orders of Hitler had made driven the race of Jews to the holocaust and mass killing and also endangered the lives of refugees who are constantly hunted by Nazi soldiers for immediate killing.
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