With more than 50 million refugees across the globe, many men, women and children are looking for new homes.
The global refugee crisis has divided countries and people on how to respond. Some believe letting refugees onto your soil could put your citizens at risk. Others believe it is our human obligation to take care of one another unconditionally. Some fall in between.
Regardless of what you think, one thing is sure: the refugee crisis is polarizing. And in a new poem from Brian Bilston, that polarization is explored. When you first read it, the poem seems to be making a certain kind of statement about refugees and how to handle them.