Poems about Immigration

She stands there Day and Night. Never waivering  Never backing down
When he asked si celebro Christmas, I responded with a yes and a question.  
Why stay? To get that better education For what? To be someone? Who are you? I'm you.
I won the case, my prize? One way ticket to paradise. I take my people and go The land is vast, they said
We can't chose where to born. We can't chose where to be.
They call me a dreamer,
Alone I wil rot I am safe in my own home Yet I feel so empty, so alone.
Dear Mr. American History:   Your tie: red white and blue,
  Telling the untold story of my childhoodRewinding the despicable memories that withdraws me from fully happinessTo me when I was a litt

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