Jose Pablo Zaragoza
Dear Mother - Poem by Jose Pablo Zaragoza
This is your son, Paul who is the middle child...
whose emotions are the same as you but it seems to me...we are alike.
Dad and I look alike...we act alike sometimes but our emotions is alike, mother.
I wish I can be smart like you...
you always try to push me to be my best and sometimes I fail miserably..when I do, I feel sad cause
I let down the person who raise me to
be smart and elegant in a good firm way.
You told me not let anyone brother me
and you told me to eat my lunch even I hate to do so...
but you are my mother.
I wish there was something I can do...some day I want to do what I like but I can never froget the one thing that no one has given me expect it was in your blood.
My Mexican hertaige was the thing that gave me a sense of pride
even I was born in the USA...I can never accept the views I see here in America...maybe this is why I do not want to be stupid.
Maybe this is why I want a life in another land.
This is my freedom cry as I loved you very much.
Sincerly yours or Love Always
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