Sana Olivia Hernandez

Freshman - 937 Points [SOH] (Roseburg, Oregon)

Sana Olivia Hernandez Poems

81. Picture Perfect 9/3/2014
82. Yesterday 8/18/2014
83. A Storm Approaches 9/4/2014
84. Reading 9/4/2014
85. Introvert V.S Antisocial (A Double Haiku) 9/4/2014
86. I Am Hungry Like You Are 9/25/2016
87. I Saw An Old Friend… 6/22/2015
88. Looking Back (A Poet’s Poem) 6/22/2015
89. Cruelty 7/22/2015
90. Vice Versa 9/16/2014
91. Coward In Change 9/24/2014
92. A Box Of Chocolates 5/10/2014
93. Temporary Crowns 5/12/2014
94. I Thought I Saved You 5/22/2014
95. Let Me Smile 4/29/2013
96. Can You Feel? 4/29/2013
97. Contradiction 5/30/2014
98. If The World Would Smile 5/5/2014
99. A Whisper Of Change 5/5/2014
100. Chocolate And Rain 5/30/2014
101. Ponder 5/30/2014
102. Justice 6/25/2014
103. Fire 6/25/2014
104. Dark 6/25/2014
105. I See No One Else… 9/24/2014
106. With Or Without 5/30/2014
107. Color Me Possible (A Child's Coloring Book) 5/2/2014
108. Tough Love 6/7/2014
109. The Sky Is Always Blue 5/5/2014
110. Shame 6/27/2014
111. Little Brother... 5/2/2014
112. Flower Shop Story 5/5/2014

Comments about Sana Olivia Hernandez

  • Daniel Brick Daniel Brick (8/4/2014 12:52:00 AM)

    Hi Sana You have had a creative spring and summer. If the time seemed to go fast, it's probably because your imagination was accelerating the ordinary pace of things. The beginning of a school always involves a shift of energy, a change in habits, an absorption in the school calendar. But I will continue coming to your site here at PH, looking for the NEW POEMS which I know will arrive if not often, at least memorably.

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Best Poem of Sana Olivia Hernandez

Flower Shop Story

A single, beautiful,
Pure white rose.
I hold it gently in my hand.
Never expecting light to shine where I stand,
Illuminating a diamond wedding band.

This must be a dream,
I think, for I had never loved before.
Before the man in beautiful light,
Walked in to my little flower store.

A lavender rose blooms,
We are still,
Neither moves.

Not one word is spoken,
Not one breath taken.
For now we simply are,
Two halves of one another.
But will we still be together if and when I awaken?

A simple hello,
Rosemary scent ...

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Let Me Smile

Young eyes,
The age of six.
I'll smile simply for a Twix.
I worry not of others opinions.
Just of my grandmother's superstitions.

Fresh Play-Doh and Crayola crayons,
I smile at the scents.
I feel like life has given me everything.

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