Immigrants stories, books, poems, and more

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This is for a school project and i chose this area because of the fact that immigrants from all over the world are discriminated against even though they really are what makes America great. It would help a great deal if you could comment how you feel about this issue… Read More

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A poem about America and its melting pot roots Read More

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This essay will describe the features of move abroad discussing the advantages and disadvantages of the new environment lived by immigrants and travelers. Read More
This was originally published in May 2007. It is about a Saturday morning at the Starbucks at 7 Corners, Falls Church, Virginia. An ethnically diverse American City. Read about the old Veetnamee Gentleman and the Japanese Stealth Barista. Read More

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A captivating story of a young family who comes to America from Italy to settle down in the unsettled west. Read More
With this subject I'd like to dig deeper into terms like demographics and the way we view people and the world around us. It's a work of personal reflection about how we collide with the true nature of things. Enjoy it and don't hesitate to leave a comment Read More
The American dream, that so many are dying for, has been diluted over the years, as well as the life in the country for the citizens. The wealth of our country did not come free. The actual price, in human lives, we probably will never know but it grows every… Read More

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Reyna is a mother and a wife. She is also considered an "illegal immigrant." But she wants a better life for her children. However, while traveling to the United States from Mexico, she got separated from her children and husband. She will travel the desert again, but this time, she… Read More

Short Story / Other

December 13, 2011

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It does not matter about the where, or the when, this story is based on countless stories of immigrants trying to find a new home in a new land; escaping the oppression they faced before. Sam Walker, a new security worker at a nameless detention centre, experiences the confliction of… Read More
Running in clockwork rhythm of the heart examines the effort placed by all - there is ever accomplished until the heart drives. Nathaniel examines this during a hard speed work out. Read More

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She thought she had everything then she met him.. Then she met her and she thought she had everything.. Or so she thought she had everything.. Read More

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“Me, a donkey the symbol for a major political party?” “I am not even native to this land,” “It is like a foreign born becoming the President of this country,” pondered Jack, a donkey on the main land. “Well, donkey, in the land of immigrants, the donkeys and the elephants,… Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 09, 2008

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This is in honour of the Xenaphobic attack victims and their families. I cry for you. Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 28, 2007

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The unabated swarm of illegals storming our borders will be the death knell for this country. Read More
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