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Cherríe Moraga

Like a poet I have come here to look for god — Cherríe Moraga, from “New Mexican Confession,” Daughters of the Fifth Sun: A Collection of Latina Fiction and Poetry, eds. Bryce Milligan, Mary Guerrero Milligan, and Angela de Hoyos (Riverhead Books, 1995) Advertisements

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Ana Castillo

I ask the impossible: love me forever. Love me when all desire is gone. Love me with the single mindedness of a monk. When the world in its entirety, and all that you hold sacred advise you against it: love me still more. — Ana Castillo, I Ask the Impossible: Poems. (Anchor; 1st Anchor Books… Continue reading Ana Castillo

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