Muy Chingona

I learn my lessons like any other Chingona I learn them hard and I learn them rough I may scrape my knees, but man, am I tough I fall and tumble but I get right back up because there ain’t no use in crying over wasted years, those are gone, but at least I still…

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Summer Lover

A once in a lifetime lover, The woman will always be loved By your mother. The kind of woman your father wishes his son could marry; The kind of woman who is always ready. But she’s not the woman he wants to love, She’s a once in a lifetime lover, The risk with her is…

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Table – Reserved.

I am a table Draped In crocheted mantel Handmade by my mothers – the most colorful dish ware, Sugar Skull Salt & Pepper Shakers, Place mats embroidered with flowers – waiting to serve. Table full of food Birria and agua de piña, Waiting to feed those that are hungry. Full hearts come to rest here;…

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