Yo soy la lumbre que alumbra el camino,
Yo camino los pasos de los que vinieron antes de mí.
Yo cuento sus historias, sus de deseos, y mantengo sus sueños vivos.
Yo represento el sufrimiento, y el dolor.
Estoy hecha de la misma sangre que coreo en sus venas.
La lucha no solo es mía,
Es de mis antepasados.
De mis abuelos.
De mis padres.
Y para aquellos que vendrán después de mí.
I am the flame that illuminates the pathway.
I walk in the footsteps of those that came before me.
I tell their old stories, their desires, and maintain their dreams alive.
I represent the sacrifice, and the pain.
I’m made of the same blood that ran through their veins.
This fight isn’t only my fight.
It’s of my ancestors.
It’s of my grandparents.
It’s of my parents.
… and for those that’ll come after me.
This one is for all my sisters, the women of the world, the queens of today’s society;
I pray you are rich in confidence,
that you strive for an independent identity, and that you never let anything or anyone stop you from what your heart most desires to achieve.
Descubre tu propósito.
Que te inspira?
Que te hace llenarte de deseo y energía?
Encuéntralo, y deja que te lleve al éxito.✨
Discover your purpose.
What inspires you?
what fills you up with desire and energy?
Find it, and let it drive you to success.✨
Hello Dear WordPress Followers,
I’d to take this moment to thank you all for reading my work, for being fans of what I write and believe in since I created my blog.
I’d also like to address that I’m working on writing more this year, expanding my words to touch more lives, and to share that I have some new and fun exciting project ideas on the way!
I’ve decided to create a “Professional Instagram” page, were I’d like to expose my poetry, quotes, short stories, advise through my knowledge, and display my soon to come videos or audio recordings!
I hope you all will follow and join me in this exciting journey!
Instagram: Kbeautifulmind__ (those are two _ _ )
Thanks y’all! I’m excited!
Avoiding discomfort won’t teach you anything. Trying to understand the discomfort will help you learn.”
She was drowning, and no one knew it.
Everyone was cheering her on…
“You can do it!”
“You got this!”
“You’re so strong!”
“We are so proud!”
“You’re doing such a great a job!”
But no one knew, no one knew she didn’t know how to swim.
“Cherish every moment and memory as if when night strikes that will be the end, because beautiful things never last. Not roses nor snow, not friendships nor love, and not fireworks either…
But the best memories in life are those unforgettable moments.”
I am proud.
(Photo by photographer friend: Instagram: @itsonwithjon)
As I think about my graduation slowly creeping up…
A part of me is excited and I can’t wait, and the other part of me is sad and just wants to get it over with.
To be honest, I’ve been super sad.
I wish my madresita linda could be there for me.
I know, I know… “She’ll be there in spirit!” “She gets the best view!” “She’ll be celebrating from up above!”
As you can see, I’ve heard them all, and I know these are all very true…
But, she won’t be there in physical form.
I can’t actually celebrate with her.
I can’t hug her, kiss her, squeeze her, scream with her, laugh with her, or even take a picture with her.
I can’t hear her saying, “I am so proud of you!”
I can’t, and knowing that just makes me miss her and want her there even more.
This special moment in my life and many others to come will just have to be “sad and happy.”
No matter how much time passes, they will always be bitter sweet.
During this entire emotional roller coaster I’ve been going through since April, one emotion I been sure about since day one is my “pride.”
I am so f&*%en proud!
I am proud that I am finally finishing. I am proud that I am receiving one of three degrees I need to follow my ultimate dream.
I am proud that I over came so much.
I am proud that I did it!
I did it, even after life kicking me to the grown on my ass, I did it.
After heartbreaks, illnesses, tears, cancer, death, grieving, family drama, stress, loss of sleep, hard work, more stress, and at times thinking I couldn’t…
I did it!
and even made honor role, yup you guys read right.
While running a household and dealing with so much more than I could handle sometimes… I made the honor role at, California State University of Dominguez Hills.
How can someone not be proud of these accomplishments?
However, being proud of myself is only a portion of it.
I am proud of my mother.
Mi madresita linda, que tanto lucho y se esfuerzo.
La que llego de indocumentada.
La que lucho, fue fuerte, y nunca se rajo.
and like she said…
“Sufri, pase hambres, y humillaciones. Llore, y asta me quise regresar por que estaba de arrimada. Pero aqui me quede. Y la vida me fregaba, pero yo segui adelante.”
“Asi es que, recuerden me con honor, y pongan se las pilas! Siempre hagan el esfuerzo de seguir adelante. No dejen que nada ni nadien se les ponga en el camino.”
Therefore, she is who I am most proud of.
(Photo by photographer friend: Instagram: @itsonwithjon)
I am proud of her and honored to have been the daughter of an immigrant guerrera (warrior)!
Anticipating my graduation,
If I go while you’re still here…
Please know that I live on,
Do not stand by my grave and weep,
Please do not wish it was you instead of me.
You will not see me, but you must have faith.
Celebrate my life, smile for I am in a better place.
I’ve now joined all those who went before me,
Please remember that and find peace.
Laugh with each other as you remember all the good times,
for there were so many good and bad moments we were blessed to live together.
Send me away with lots of love,
I want you all to be happy,
Please remember that we will someday reunite.
And when you need me until then,
Please just whisper my name in your heart,
… I will be there…
Until we meet again.
This poem was written for my “Fake” Funeral program I had to make for a class project. However I love it and had to share so that my family can have it incase someday I really go.