Tag Archives: Nuyorican Poets
bernice

Punto

By Bernice Sosa-Izquierdo (Inspired by Piri Thomas) There’s a quilt of unsung word songs struggling to keep our children warm on frigid nights where hatred thunders, injustice howls and ignorance storms. There’s a quilt of unsung words whispering in the dreams of future child poets awakening, nourishing imprisoned souls. There is a quilt of historical […]

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Tamara

LET’S PLAY THE BLAME GAME

by Tamara G. Saliva Lets play the blame game, point fingers, name names, take trips with guilt and cry over spilt milk. Lets close our eyes after walking in with our eyes open, forget about love, allow hate to defeat us. Lets regret beautiful moments in the past. Lets allow anger to consume us, so […]

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2011: Un Año Nuevo, Pa’lante!

 By Bernice Sosa-Izquierdo The What? The new year. The What? The new year. The What? The new year is coming! And with a stronger vengeance than this one is about to leave behind. We are in the midst of a revolution; a movement; a renaissance (if you will) of conscious minds within a society that’s […]

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