Poems about Immigration

We come from a land filled with a loud and colorful noise echoing
I remember the days when you were nine. Where rainbows cast a kaleidoscope line.
Dear Illegal Immigrants:   In plain English, hon Your argument is ridiculous For several, very obvious
IStrangerphobic:   You tell me I'm a racist A xenophobe for wanting a wall...  
I can’t pinpoint the exact moment when I discovered I was Mexican Of course, I always knew
I once believed in the American dream. I believed in it because of its hope--
"Hidden Identity" by Valierose Bulosan  
Can I call myself Irish, When I’ve never seen Ireland? When I’m the sixth generation, Born since we came here?
I look back and everyone is staring They can't seem to keep their eyes of me
They say my people are descendants from a dragon and a fairy who gave birth to 100 children