Poems about Immigration
I ain't no poet
Hey miss Jackie how are you today ? I remember the lesson you gave to the class the other day
Could I win with canteloupe? I surely hope so. Could I win with the immigration laws? I guess I don't know.
So different from my homewith tall buildings and paved sidewalks
College isn't easy But you can't ever give up Show the ones around you that you can
Perfectly positioned Southeast As a greeting to oncoming vessels
By Stanley Collymore I hated you, not because of anything you’d ever done
I am the strongest woman in the world. I have survived a nation that did not want me.
My village had no electricity and one pig. This is the story my father tells when he thinks
Taken. Taken against my own will Country of freedom? Ha! yea right