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Don Manuel (left) and Grandfather Cyril (Right)
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This image was suggested to me by my dear friend, Joanna Aviles-Soto. It is a chalk drawing (6 feet x 5 feet) and will be on display at the Kennedy Center until November. Then it will be "hosed down" to make room for another chalk drawing. Many people asked about the symbolism of the piece and there were "boricuas" who I didn't have to explain anything to. It was a long hot day but worth… Continue
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Its great to find out that you are going to be in jayuya next month. I look forward to seeing you there.
What a wonderful time I had at your art opening! To experience your wonderful talent in that atmosphere of poetry and music and in the company of such warm friends was just the perfect way for me to spend my 58th birthday. Bo Matun for your presence and i look forward to more art exhibits such as this one.
turey toca (is in sky)
Guami-ke-ni (Lord of land and water)
Guami-caraya-guey (Lord of moon and sun)
guarico (come to) guakia (us), taino-ti (good,tall)
bo-matum; (big,generous), busica (give to), guakia (us)
Huracan-wa (bad spirit no),
Maboya-wa (ghost no),
Yukiyu-han; (good spirit yes),
nabori daca (servant am I),
Han-Han Catu (So be it
I was actually making fun of myself. Cause I am fluent in both languages. But my writting skills are the worst.
Thanx again sister.
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