Poems about Immigration
you snatch out of our open palms with smiles that burn knowing that we have no power to stop you
My soul sailed through the sea sacrificing some time maybe all its life, where my only place in society is to survive,
To cross the borders of hell, a rigorous flight of stairs, one can only tell, how happy you are to be here.
My Overalls by Jasmine Exinia Dark blue jeans Minnie on the pocket
There was once a mermaid, From the sea. Who wished to be, like you and me.
Once upon a time, In a world gray and blue Lived an orphan, A blossoming youth, With golden hairs,
Thank you, Dad. Thank you, Mom. Thank you, for giving up your entire life for me.
People say that America is still the land of opportunity Sure, but who’s it for?
I once felt ashamed to be who I am, because I thought being different was not normal.
White walls Question my worth because you can then drain my essence through your fingers