Sandra Santana Rivera
Biography of Sandra Santana Rivera
Graduated with from the University of Puerto Rico.
Have a BA and MA.
Sandra Santana Rivera Poems
Everyone told you are not supposed to talk to strangers but you can stop telling yourself how exciting it is to be in danger. You try to pull away and struggle with your own nature.
Even if the storm is raging, you can fight it without breaking. This is not a permanent condition,
When you left, It felt good … All the peace all the quiet
The Next Girl
You can tell the next girl how special she is You can tell the next girl how you will love her an eternity
Why do you want to leave? Why don't you just stay? I can't play this game again.
Is It Over?
The curtain has fallen and the audience has left. The reviews have been read
Did Not Know You Were Saying Goodbye...
I look out the window and I can see cross the street where your car used to be.
Don'T You Just Hate...
Don't you just hate... when you wake up one day and find out your not feeling okay.
If I Had A Dime...
If I had a dime... for each time I had to say... I'm sorry
I'm sorry did you say anything? Are you talking to me? What did you say? Pardon, but could you repeat?
Fake a smile Fake a hello Fake a handshake Fake a conversation
Who Is To Blame?
Who can I blame for loving you? I can blame your smile. I can blame your eyes. I can blame your voice.
I am stuck in traffic I can't move foward I can't move backwards I am just not moving
What do I say after I say 'Hello! '? Don't you know? Your smile warms my heart
Twenty Eight Days
These days haven't been good...
The sunshine pours through my window but my living room seems dark
A friend smiles at work and says hello and my face just stays blank
Stack of papers on my desk and I can't read anything
It is time to go and I keep staring at my watch.
Get home, forget to eat dinner in the microwave
Go to bed, stay awake, dreading another day.