El Nuevo Borinkén

En la madrugada del 20 de septiembre del 2017, Atabey, nombre Taíno para nuestra madre naturaleza comenzó a azotar a Puerto Rico con unos vientos feroces, arrasando a su flora y marcando una terrible devastación con su paso aterrador. Sus aullidos se podían escuchar a través de la brisa, limpiando a su isla con una… Continue reading El Nuevo Borinkén

Una Nueva Isla del Encanto

Cada vez que mi vuelo aterriza en la Isla del Encanto, yo me siento tan afortunada de poder regresar a mi lugar favorito de esta tierra. Mientras el avión comienza a descender, yo contemplo a través de la ventana a las olas espumosas chocar con las aguas cristalinas. Magnificente es una de las palabras que… Continue reading Una Nueva Isla del Encanto

Christmas in the Island of Enchantment

On a frosty dawn in December, when the sun began to shine the earth, I woke up to witness a shower of snow enveloping the ground with a pearly quilt. Mesmerized by the flow of snowflakes, I contemplated the naked trees getting dressed with an elegant white nightgown, adorning its bared branches with diamonds of… Continue reading Christmas in the Island of Enchantment

Los indígenos borinqueños

A través de nuestra historia, los crónicos e investigadores, concluyeron que nuestros antepasados indígnenos borinqueños, tuvieron una corta vida en la Tierra. Con el descubrimiento de Puerto Rico, en el 1493, los indios taínos le dieron la bienvenida a los españoles, creyendo que eran dioses. Años más tarde, precisamente en el 1508, con la llegada… Continue reading Los indígenos borinqueños

El sueño del jibarito

Mientras la plateada luna está radiantemente envolviendo al oscuro cielo, el jibarito monta toda su cosecha en su yegua, y ansiosamente se dirige al mercado de San Juan, donde él sabe que puede vendar todos sus productos. El silencio de esa serena noche se compenetra con un solemne himno de júbilo. Durante su trecho rústico,… Continue reading El sueño del jibarito

La Navidad Boricua

As the cold air rhythmically travels with the falling leaves whose dyed petals are descending into a carpet of colored foliage, a distant wave of snow is tenderly sprinkling the woodlands of the United States. The brisk breeze and shorter days of autumn delight Americans weeks before Christmas day while hundreds of pine trees are… Continue reading La Navidad Boricua

The Portal of La Ceiba

That was the first time Maniyio experienced anger. Desperation replaced the peace that always crowned her had been replaced by desperation. Fear was an unfamiliar and cruel threat that was overwhelming her. While she laid down under the colossal and ancient tree that would always bring her comfort, Maniyio stared at the glowing stars with… Continue reading The Portal of La Ceiba

The Indigenous Borincanos

            During the prehistoric times, the Archaic Indians traveled in canoes from the Greater Antilles to our coasts, finding a paradise in Puerto Rico. Approximately 2,300 years ago; another progressive group of Indians, known as ignerus, came from South America. They were great sailors, potters and farmers and had roots… Continue reading The Indigenous Borincanos

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