Daily Archives: September 9, 2011

Fragmented Snapshot

yesterday, the moon and the sun exploded into fragments yesterday, an orange blossom was deserted on a midnight star across a strawberry field yesterday, a castaway was lost in an azure sea, lost like you and me in the midst … Continue reading

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Revelations

The fire in your eyes burns my soul every waking moment that i wander through an apocalyptic paradise of lovers, and fools – by David Cid

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Ayer

ayer la lluvia mojo el panteón de los olvidados, el sol incendio el reino de los ciegos, ayer se abrierón las heridas de las tinieblas que murieron en el infierno – by David Cid

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Mario T. Garcia: Chicana/o Scholar

Biography Mario T. García is a Professor of History and Chicano Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). He is the Director of the Latino Leadership Project and the Research Liaison between the Department of Chicano Studies and … Continue reading

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