Poems about Immigration

When the door shuts behind me The walls begin to crumble 
When the door shuts behind me The walls begin to crumble 
Steam pours from thin shoulders Dimly lit, white tile reflecting moonlight Beams hit my skin
Taco Bell, tacos are swell, but nothing but white culture American racism closing all chains
My body is tense, my muscles feel like cold steel, I feel a knot in my throat, I can feel my heart rate rapidly increasing as I
How dare you have fun! How dare you go out and party! How dare you drink too much cerveza!
BROKEN YET STANDING! With your words sweeter than Berri you bury Me in the glum,
You were young  and dumb.   A  man from Juárez,
how can it be anything more than just a myth nothing more than a childhood dream that we take for granted 
Much like a zombie, a person sans vie prowling around mimicking birds constantly using idiotic words

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