April 19, 2021

Seasons Traveling Cages

by Luis D. Perez (author's profile)

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SEASONS TRAVELING CAGES
BY
LUIS D. PEREZ

Children without parents coming to America.
Culture of multiple nations mother nature shares her heart with this message to impact.

Seasons traveling cages seeking justice in other countries and whispering into their soul, they can't see the seasons change of life and hope.

Poor countries suffering the pain of not seeing the future make them walk for thousands of miles.

The plants around them are complaining of being in a different soil stugglin to survive if the children want to stay alive.

The pandemic strike, drinking the wrong water and liver diseases is flying on the winds.

Crossing the border is like the brisk feeling of Autumn winds, even the trees bring winter's new dreams.

Rivers and veins are moving human souls into the American ground.

Traveling cage seeking for justice like the crispness of Autumn's last spree, bring slumber, for the those who seek the American Dream.

Luis D. Perez
4/8/21

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dshimizu Posted 1 year, 3 months ago. ✓ Mailed 1 year, 3 months ago   Favorite
Thanks for writing! I finished the transcription for your post.

Unnati20 Posted 8 months, 4 weeks ago. ✓ Mailed 8 months, 1 week ago   Favorite
After reading this poem, I feel the pain and sadness of what people are going through during the pandemic. I remember that international students weren't able to go back to their country because the flight was closed down due to the pandemic. I remember that people had to go through huge protocols when traveling to another country. People have to wear masks, quarantine, and get tested several times. Knowing that traveling isn't safe, and pandemic is still alive makes us human to stay in the dark until the light has appeared. We have to stay hidden until the close is clear. Covid-19 hasn't ended yet but people are still fighting to stay alive, and trying to take any pre-cautious to stay safe. I hope to see the light one day and be able to live in the light where people were free from darkness, and don't have to be afraid to live in the dark anymore.

Luis D. Perez Posted 7 months, 3 weeks ago.   Favorite
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