my poems: “Somewhere along the border” and “San Salvador” published by Tuck Magazine

two new poems: “Somewhere along the border” and “San Salvador” published by Tuck Magazine

“mama, I can’t see the road
the desert’s cold
there is no moon
I’m hungry and Juan is crying”

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88 thoughts on “my poems: “Somewhere along the border” and “San Salvador” published by Tuck Magazine

  1. The assessment that your poems are good, is that they come to that Magazine and really, when reading them, they deserve to be public for many to enjoy it. Congratulations for that merit.

     
    1. Thank you so much. It means a lot to me you are here. It really does.
      Is it the right or the left eye?
      G to E.

       
    1. Thank you so much. Your kindness melts my heart. I am trilled you enjoyed the poems 🙂

       
  2. Deeply moving poems…especially, San Salvador. I’m half-Salvadorian and I know exactly the stories my mom told me when I was little and what she went through at the time and still the people their are suffering and going through a lot. Powerful poems and congratulations my friend.

     
    1. Thank you for the congrats, Charlie. Your praise means a lot to me. Also thank you for sharing the story of your mom. It’s special.

       
      1. No, Charlie, I am not. However, I have some friends who are. Listening to their story is hard not to be touched.

         
    1. Thank you, my dear Megha. It means a lot to me.
      I am in a busy period now, I can’t read too much, so if you need anythings from your fellow bloggers please do not hesitate to contact me via my contact form. Happy to help. Your work deserves it.

       
      1. Thanks so much G.April is a busy month. I just got the news yesterday that I have been shortlisted for a state level poetry contest.The details are on my website for voting.Would appreciate your support.

         
    1. Thank you so much for congratulating me and for your wonderful comment, my dear. “We are all in this thing called life together.” I could have not said it better.

       
    1. Thank you so much, my dear friend. I am thrilled you liked them. Also thank you for your help. I owe you. Hopefully one day I will be able to show my gratitude for your support.
      It’s Friday! Enjoy your weekend 😊

       
  3. Congratulations!!! ❤️Clicked over to read……sigh. Heartbreaking…but beautifully written. Like standing there watching this child make the discovery. 💙

     
    1. Thank you so much for your kind words. Please contact me via my blog contact form. Looking forward to hearing from you 🙂

       

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