Poems about Immigration
Every single day without fail a voice would blare out the words to an anthem that we loyally repeated,
1992marks the yearmy grandmotherfinallymade it to the United States. 2017marks the year she becamea citizen. somewhere in betweenthose ye
Trudging and dragging In the scorching heat Gravel and dust blows
O’America By: Anab Aden O’ America, the land of the opportunities
America is a puzzle. The people are the pieces. Pieces that come in all shapes, sizes, and colors.
I spoke to a woman about America The greatest country on earth (Or so I'd always been told).
America- Land of the free And home of the brave But how free can you be
The red white and blue Seem to mock the brown hues of our skin
I breathe, I bleed but so does the rest of America. All of us bleeding red, all of us containing the same skeleton within.
From Healthcare to Crime Unemployment and homelessness Oh, America the greatest country