Poems about Immigration

How many? How many kids need to be buried? How many voices do you need to hear to do something? 
Dear mother,   Drifting into a land unknown, What did you fear at the ripe age of nineteen?
Dear whoever's listening,  
          Winter is leaving soon- are you prepared for spring? Another year has flown by- not ready to slow down.
Dear Beautiful America, A scared girl she was when she crossed the border.
From a lifetime of curiosity Eyes have reverted to blindness The darkness that has been settling
To the ruthless killer that changed my life,  
Hello Brother.  I miss you  Our family misses you.  It isn't your fault.  You did nothing wrong. 
You spoke of freedom and love Helped people get ahead Fought for what was right Became a nation of change
You spoke of freedom and love Helped people get ahead Fought for what was right Became a nation of change

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