Poems about Immigration
A Butterfly In Winter How dare you dance in this cold temperature? Are you being neglected by mother nature?
Am I The Same? For me, experiencing life in college Was the ultimate challenge
Querida Mama, I hope one day I will be brave enough. Enough to tell you that I see your pain
Restricted, Confined to this world we are bind. Slavery, Immigration causing nothing but frustration.
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You are not mine You belong to others Others who mistreat and abuse They take you in Chew you up
People gone are they Yet still stay I Illuminating them in my salitued
Take me back to the days Where the feel of texture and distinguishing colors among Africans didn't matter
Dear Mr. Trump, I feel like I’m living in a required reading novel,
Standing at the mouth, seeing the belly of the beast. Steps I take toward the impending digestion.