Japanese Poem of Internment

In the book Executive Order 9066: Fifty Years Before and Fifty Years After, David Takami writes "none of the Japanese American prisoners was accused or convicted of any crime. None had been advised of their civil or constitutional rights or given the right to legal counsel. None was ever charged or convicted of espionage or sabotage before, during or after the war. One hundred and ten thousand people were presumed guilty and deprived of thier freedom for three years."

Katsuko Hirata wrote:

To endless heartache and pain we
resign ourselves
to our fate, again and again.

Is this the peaceful life?
Getting in the way and hated just for