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Where I'm from poem

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Jocelyn Hernandez

on 4 February 2014

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Transcript of Where I'm from poem

I am from the pinon tree, the yucca

whose beautiful fruit sings to O' Fair New Mexico.
I am from comals,

from Meads' bread

and old coffee grounds.
From "Keep your head in it"
and

"You'll grow eventually"
I am from bible crafts made during the summer
and posole .
Where I'm from poem

I am from the dirt underneath the gravel

(Dull, Grey, it sounded like nails on a chalkboard)
I am from " Help your self to anything in the house"
and
"The only friend you have is a dollar in your pocket"
I'm from good ol' Nuevo Mexico.


Migrated from Spain.
By: Jocelyn Hernandez
I am from softball

and the great big "Padilla Legs"

from Roger and Hipolito.

I am from a big tree where I'm only a limb.
From arroz con leche
From Tata who lives within our hearts to him watching over us.
I am from all the broken moments....


That only made me stronger.
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