I really enjoyed reading your story, and I also agree that immigration is extremely important. I am really glad that you see America as a place of opportunity and safety because the country was built on ideals of freedom and equality. I feel like in recent times, partly due to the current government, the country is not being as friendly to immigrants, however, your story is really good to hear and I hope that your story will be able to inspire people in America to be more open to accepting everyone, regardless of what country they come from. Here’s a link to a cite where you can share your story on a bigger scale, and many people with similar stories will read and respond: http://immigrantcolorado.blogspot.com/
My name is Dust Eshan. I am 18 years old. I live in New York, USA, but I am from Bangladesh. I was born in Bangladesh on May 25, 2000. For most of my life I lived in Bangladesh. I moved to the USA in 2013. When I
I am interested in your post “A Cricket Player in the Bronx” because it shows the posh factor (something that let immigrant to the United State)
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is that you use a lot of repetition like “from Bangladesh” and “to USA”
This reminds me of an experience I had once like a poem by using repetition.
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because I want to see how your writing progresses.
It was a very interesting and emotional.Emotional because it took me back with the memory of my home country and family members.I am from Bangladesh and our country is very similar or u can call it twins.I really liked your poem it was full of a lot of memory which was in my head.Thanks for giving that old feeling back.I visited India in 2007-2008…[Read more]
Hi dust, I really liked your poem. I liked your poem because you described the people and the culture from which you came from in just a 4 stanza poem. I really liked the line “I am from sacrifice Life for country” because it shows how passionate you are about the country that you were born in.
Dust, I enjoyed your poem mostly because it was short and concise, yet interesting and informational. Your passion and love for your country shows through in each line and I loved the little facts like “morning tea” that accompany it. The passion most strongly shines through with the strong openings of “I am”. This phrase shows that you identify with Bangladesh; that you are one with Bangladesh. I look forward to reading more poems of yours, keep it up!
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