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Immigration Poems | Examples of Immigration Poetry

Immigration Poems - Examples of all types of immigration poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for immigration.
Premium Member NO TIME TO WASTE
Made up Broadway Show Had to put you in the know Marquee is set Visual aid effect The theory of Fast The thought of how long Rehearsals have been for weeks You are in for a treat Just don’t retreat Clock ticking Almost showtime Wardrobe change The...Read More
Categories: immigration, adventure, anxiety, appreciation, city,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The Speechless
O Luke o dare, Sad Truth Very Lucky Kwick rape picker o thus boot passed away O dare thus boot duck, wiggle [Passport please ... okay you may go] Will come two A merry car Sew dishes A merry...Read More
Categories: immigration, allusion, analogy, appreciation, character,
Form: Vogon Poetry
Political game is so dangerous, Yoh! I wonder why the government of United Kingdom granted refugee status to some Rwandans while planing to send other asylum seekers to Rwanda. Political game is so dangerous as...Read More
Categories: africa, england, imagery, immigration,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The World of Cannot 2020
Alas, my sweet child you shan't! Get used to an insane, world of can't! Our brilliant brains are fully scrubbed, As sniling and kids in a foaming bath. Rub-y-dee, rub-y dee-dub. We've been brain-spanked to not ask any questions. We don't dare...Read More
Categories: immigration, america, bereavement, change, death,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member across the street
the man across the street walks tenderly on hallowed soil he can’t believe has space for him. Every day the man across the street dusts off his two ...Read More
Categories: fear, immigration,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Rio Grande
She shimmers in the sun, she's onyx in eventide, Rio Grande. She can be waters of a new horizon, or a river of Death. Swimming in desperation, mothers, fathers, wanting coveted freedom for their children to live in USA- a divided nation, for an education, a chance, to...Read More
Categories: immigration, 6th grade, 7th grade,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Read A Poem
I read a poem this morn A poem of profound meanings From the heart of a man Exposing his soul The trials he’s endured The tears he’s shed His quest for equality His search for opportunity A message for all These troubled times I...Read More
Categories: immigration, america, black african american,
Form: Free verse
SUGAR-DADDY BY QUAZI JOHIRUL ISLAM On the subway a white sugar-daddy Whispers to a brown girl, you stay with me I will pay your rent and bills, tuition fee Don’t be a fool, to my bid, disagree. I promise will take...Read More
Categories: 9th grade, dark, immigration,
Form: Sonnet
Titanic - Fare Thee Well Poetry Contest
I recall many brights stars but no moon for lack of guiding light we will sink soon I see ladies with much fancier clothes lowered with room to spare in lifeboat rows If only they were to let me catch a...Read More
Categories: endurance, farewell, imagination, immigration,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member The Soul is a Series of Episodic Vignettes
fade out from the camera lens the lotus bloomed from the broken glass soil all things came into perspective as every toil was put into focus every shard set a different scene a series kaleidoscopic following film made of a red...Read More
Categories: addiction, city, immigration, introspection,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Old Myzie
OLD MYSIE “As crazy as Old Mysie” my grandma used to say. Land company made promises, too good to be true, To fisherfolk from Isle of Skye, it seemed the thing to do. Cleared up land and new built...Read More
Categories: immigration, brother, death, depression, endurance,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My Degree In Whining
My Degree In Whining Miracle Man December 13th 2023 Political lies and corruption, always cause divides. Antisemitism is forcing us, into choosing sides. Each day the wedge, is being driven deeper. Also each mountain faced, is looking steeper. Things are always changed, supposedly for our best. yet...Read More
Categories: america, angst, corruption, immigration,
Form: Quatrain
Another Day
I didn’t know if I was going to make it through the night, my feet were as cold as ice, my heart was where it was supposed to be, but I had this strange premonition...Read More
Categories: immigration, blessing, business, change, courage,
Form: Narrative
RAGS You have rags Of rags Some bragging rags... Must be your rag, Because you have rags With nothing in them Except a bifurcate rag; You have enough rags for life, For a billion stars in the sky__ If there was a total number of...Read More
Categories: immigration, 12th grade, africa, anxiety,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Face of America
The face of America not long ago an immigrant hard at work has undergone a dramatic change immigrants have gone berserk ...Read More
Categories: america, immigration, spoken word,
Form: Rhyme

Specific Types of Immigration Poems

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