Poems about Immigration

-and yet i am still breating feeling she is gone but i still feel her spirit surrounding me
the skyline shows hopepeople exclaim, but i sayi can’t see the stars
Sitting on her case worker's lap Smiling and clutching her book Oso Pardo, Oso Pardo, Que Ves Ahi?
The American Dream A run in fear
.... "Yo, for my anger settle, .... Man give me a treble ! .... Wait, i've got to mingle
She stands on a ship Lost  A nobody  Thousands of miles from home
I moved to New York with a head full of dreams  Left behind what I knew and was scared to face my fears
I am not like you.  You think you know it all from the view. You think you know my story,
here, ephemeral thoughts fading through a jaded memory; there, thoughts untangled, mimicking, hair without a key;
  Silently in the back she sits, everyday in every class,

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