The Bright Star that goes Dim The bright star that goes dim- the night light shining then repining, the bright star that goes dim. The night cloud staring redundantly- the moonlight peeping with joy at you, with birds flying across the skies of the east like they are meant to shade you from the heat but … Continue reading Guayaquil:
Cuando te encuentras con alguien de lejos no le pregunta cosas raras- "¿tu votaste por Donald Trump?" "¿Hay hambre severa en Venezuela?" y si, hay mucha agua en África. No me preguntes nada de nada. El primer paso pa' conocer alguien, es escucharlos y su historia- de su historia, hacer preguntas; Porque el mundo es complicado … Continue reading No me Preguntes nada
For Isa I met her on my Day 1 at work We shared a lunch and a brunch and some other creamy stuff. She asked me- "what does it mean that long word, your full name?" I said it means something beautiful just like the smile on your face- bountiful and though I'm tall but … Continue reading What a Fit
Latin America's Nuclei-Extended Families. In the 1980s, childbirth in the about 20 countries known as Latin America was in its large quantities. Families were closely knit as they still are today and the nuclear family is not very far from it's extended roots. Most of South America therefore had more than 20% of their population … Continue reading Abuelita
US President Donald Trump recently played host to Colombian President Juan M. Santos. Fiyin examines the political cloud over Santos and the May 18 meeting with Trump. Juan Manuel Santos and Donald Trump may have diverging political interests but they do have one thing in common- they were both born into wealthy families. While the … Continue reading Is Santos a Saint?