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A pair of legs that breathe in
Strong feet that has cross endless borders
Hands that have cultivated millions of trees
For you to take away the fruit
Traveling on the path of the wind
Coming without warning
Each day had begun enthusiastically and happily
Even though they hate us because we represent dreams of aspiration
Of being something more than just work labor
Of daring to dream as brown and poor [excerpt]
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Pangol, Melanie, "Caravan I Do Care" (2019). SURGE. 336.