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Nanette

She
stands,
torch
held high
rising from
the New York harbor.

She stands,
a symbol of all
who come to the shores
of this new land,
their hopes in their outstretched hands,
much as her torch reaches high.

She stands,
a symbol of all
who come to the shores
of this new land,
their hopes in their outstretched hands,
much as her torch reaches high.

We stand,
immigrants nearly all
at some point or another—
does it really matter when we arrived
or where we once were?

We come,
for a safer life,
for our children, for our future,
for a better world.
We work to make our new land
a better place.

We come.
We build.
We love.
We stay.

The Immigrants’ Song,
by Nanette McGuinness