Poems about Immigration

You're in love that I've heard? Oh, does he know that you have scars, That highlight the truth, imprisoned in bars?
Waterman, Dutch liner on which you made your passage- Father, smiling from the gangplank
Sometimes it hurts to know the truth. It hurts to know that this is reality and you can't change anything.
Why so scared little girl? Is it the tinfoil wrapped around your bones? My footsteps
Why so scared little girl? Is it the tinfoil wrapped around your bones? My footsteps
I have a fire within me An inferno barely contained within the crevices of my soul
Tell me all about this name that was formed It was given to me the day I was born
The boycott taking place and people protesting for my race, but what are we trying to chase if the president ain't leaving his
At varying moments through
  Who We Are   Imagine this Your ancestors living life free,

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