six, March 2013
When my children and I reached America, it absolutely was extremely tough for all of us. We had to adapt to a fresh culture and a new nation. It seemed we were starting over. The poem " Puerto Rican Obituary” by simply Pedro Pietri was a great way of demonstrating some of the problems immigrants face when coming to the United States or any new region.
My spouse and i migrated to this country with my family when I was about a few years old. There were to stay inside my father's friend's house 12 months because mother and father found it difficult finding a job to be able to support for us. When they equally found careers, it took these people a while to save money in order for them to find the money for paying expenses. I can connect with the composition because the problems that the Malograr Ricans in Pedro Peitri poem confronted were just like the difficulties mother and father faced. " They performed
ten days a week
and were just paid for five
They proved helpful
They proved helpful
and they passed away
They died broke
That they died owing”
These were a number of the things that my parents were required to face. Though they were functioning, it believed as if that they weren't. Mother and father worked and worked daily and yet continue to didn't can pay for to take care of all of us and pay off their bills. Nobody cared for that we had been new to the nation. All the landlord knew was that he received his hire every month, ConEdison only cared for that my parents paid the check or we would have stay in the dark, and the authorities was going to collect their taxation at every spend check.
Although Pedro Peitri characters inside the poem were puetro Rican immigrants, it felt as though he was speaking for all the foreign nationals. The reason why I say this is because We migrated below from Nigeria and a lot of the items me and my family encountered were related. I remember the times when mother and father had to go down to the solution army to obtain clothes for people, because they didn't are able to afford left over to buy some new clothing's. Before visiting America, I used to think that America...