Poems about Immigration
The pilot says We're landing in thirty minutes thirty minutes to prepare for a new land a new language
“I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America,
I tried to sound like everyone else
MAKING AMERICA GREAT AGAIN ONE PERSON AT A TIME.
Growing up I was known as the foreign kid. My clothes were crawling with a different language,
I grow up in a sea of white. Everything that has been passed down from me has been white
I used to run and hide When thunder came Once I was stopped
When I was thirteen I took a plane over the sea Under the clouds
"marry someone who can give you what you want" They say jokingly, but it stays on my mind.
I ripped my heart from my chest, as I am apt to do; "Do you believe in God?" Does "God" believe in you?