Poetry about Donald Trump

I am a Latina I'm here because my parents crossed walls they weren't suppose to
The place I call home -Jessica Jazmin Michaca Silva I come from a place where families are always united
Another 24 hours poured into the cement Living through another's person's regrets..
Tell them I’m kind Tell them that my intentions weren’t blind
Before I begin I just want to let you know that I support Kasich
Donald trump no good 
Civil Rights poem By Wilson Ndegwa
Once I saw Donald J. Trump I went and kicked his rump I laughed out loud And ended his violent crowd
Crippled America watch as them people stare at you If you republican lower class ain't feeling you
  Donald TrumpByCharlie Barnett