Here's a poem by Uzbek poet Yusuf Juma, about the Andijan massacre in Uzbekistan. The massacre took place on 13 May, 2005 when hundreds of unarmed protesters were killed by Uzbek security services for taking part in a demonstration against the government.
The best men of the people were shot in Andijan.
Elders like Dukchi-ishan, were shot in Andijan.
People were shot in Namangana, shot in Fergana,
the very best lions were shot in Andijan.
The blind are alive, the jackals are alive,
Sharifjan Shokurovs were shot in Andijan.
Future Babarakhin Mashrabs were killed,
tigers like Babur were shot in Andijan.
In their hearts they were wild activists, endurers of the right way,
let their graves be full of light, they were shot in Andijan.
They went off faithful to their faith, they went off with open eyes,
the earth was left without men, they were shot at Andijan.
Yusuf Yuma is currently being held by the Uzbek government without charge in an unknown location. For more information on his case, see Areopagitica. His case doesn't seem to have been taken up by Amnesty, maybe it's too recent, but there is a petition you can sign (I've signed it) here.