Juárez by Erika L. Sánchez

Behind The Great Wall of Mexico, pork fat crackles and crackles. Bright pink corpes lie coiled in nipple cacti, Apache plumes. Beyond the green, green lawns and the burnt smell of plastic. Beyond the Pemex- gasoline rainbows iridescent as peacock feathers. A ribbon flutters in a cottonwood. The body as eruption. The body as contraband. … Continue reading Juárez by Erika L. Sánchez

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BeautyFix Box: April 2017

What up, ya'll?! I caved and subscribed to Dermstore's BeautyFix box. The month of April is all about natural beauty products because Earth Day is this month... as in TODAY! Happy Earth day, y'all : ) This is was the reason why I purchased this box! And it's my first time trying an Honest Beauty … Continue reading BeautyFix Box: April 2017

Book Review: The Last of the President’s Men

Woodward reveals another side of Alexander Butterfield, the Nixon aide who disclosed the secret White House taping system, in forty-six hours of interviews with Butterfield. This is the first book I finished in 2017, which was interesting to follow, especially in today's political atmosphere. It actually took me a while to finish, the start of January 2016, because of … Continue reading Book Review: The Last of the President’s Men

Deseo

Deseo ¿No ves cual prende la flexible yedra entre las grietas del altar sombrío? Puesto como enlaza a la marmórea piedra quiero enlazar tu corazón bien mío. Ves cual penetra el rayo de la luna las quietas ondas sin turbar la calma? Pues tal como se interna en la laguna quiero bajar al fondo de … Continue reading Deseo