Poems about Immigration
Build a wall! Our brothers and sisters of the South have thrived
Hand over heart, head lifted to Old Glory. A flicker, a single thought, crosses my mind.
America is behind. Us as Americans are blind We let rulers decide whether we are gay or straight
Today, America faces an uphill battle or should I say battles. Ethical battles.
American'tt a k eaway my rights to have neighbors of different backgrounds American't
Over the screams of homosexuality, of Islam. The hope of immigrants, victims.
Welcome to America! now turn around and shoo. Take all these papers and come back a year or two.
Where I can walk down the street and get shot for being me
when my family came to this country,a ship sailing across a thrashing sea,