Poems about Immigration

Long nights of infant screams that seemed to have no end;
Problems, drugs, criminals YOU are labeled  with labels that infest your world
I see them, my parents The effort they put into everything, working hard. Working hard for me
Summer Time Lovin'  Making out out in my oldie car
~My Beloved Tonti Girl~   All my life you were there for me
Privilege is realizing that You have no gag reflex over a porcelain bowl
They had me… They had me… They had me on my knees… begging for me to return back
37.1 trillion cells 23 pairs of chromosomes 46 chromosomes total
Land of the free , They sayBut are we ? They say Be who you want to be We say But we are not from your country They sayPlea.For you are g
You came unto me Because you love me   And because I love you I will protect you