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Puerto Rican Ocean
essays

You are the ocean, not the boat

By On June 8, 2016

I’ll read you this If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in… Read More

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1999

By On March 12, 2016

He walked heal to toe, slow Abstractedly balanced Down the sunlit Puerto Vallartan boardwalk The only place he’d ever go Outside the comforts of his own country Soon enough he’d go back… Read More

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Gladly, get me lost

By On June 4, 2015

Go alone into adventure just for awhile at least long enough to touch the surface of that dilating introduction, don’t pass up the chance to meet yourself in real time Careful not… Read More

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Transmogrify

By On April 14, 2015

We picked up our lives—a flashing box of dark and repulsive moments, smashing them into the unrelenting ground until they dispersed to dust. Rightfully so, no one but us would get to… Read More

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extraordinary people

That spot in time

By On March 8, 2015

The night you threw me down in the wet grass And kissed me in the summer rain The sound of the train tracks Pounding my heart alive A profusion of colors in… Read More

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Speak the language

By On December 27, 2014

I am not a transaction I will not accept your dehumanization Look at me Try to connect with me I’m real you know, just like you Use friction, in the way it’s… Read More

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I am her mother

By On June 20, 2014

At dusk, I laid on the Earth My side body feeling the moisture left behind Resting the side of my heavy head On the side of her heavy heart I listened to… Read More

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poetry

Watching the ocean breathe

By On March 24, 2014

I’m watching the ocean breathe Its own ecosystem we rarely see I’m listening to the shore react Holding it in my throat The ocean swirls up and around cleansing my mind Dedication… Read More