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Modern Indian Boys - a poem

Modern Indian boys meet General Custer at the principal's office in high school and this time lose the battle.

War dances are held in front of the 7/11 while holding on to a 40 oz. for good luck.

Gang colors are the new traditional regalia as they fight each other instead of the true enemy.

Manhood ceremonies are now called hazings or gang bangs.

Modern Indian boys cut their hair short and wear bandannas around their heads that are now symbols of… Continue

Posted on February 7, 2009 at 11:00pm — 3 Comments

Don Manuel and Grandfather Cyril Taylor

Don Manuel (left) and Grandfather Cyril (Right)

This year we have lost 2 of our great spiritual leaders, Grandfather Cyril Taylor, Carib, in July, and Don Ángel Manuel Galagarza, Boricua, this past Sunday, December 13. When we lose an elder, we lose an encyclopedia of knowledge as well as their wisdom and strength for our community.

I had the privilege of accompanying the two Grandfathers, Grandmother Naniki Reyes Ocasio and Don… Continue

Posted on December 17, 2008 at 12:59am

Interpretation of a Taino Myth - Deminan Inaru Karey (Deminan and Turtle Woman)

Awhile back I did some interpretations of myths that I had read in the writings of Ramon Pané. Here is my interpretation of the myth of Deminan and Turtle Woman.

As soon as they came to the door of Bayamanaco, the old man and saw that he carried cazabe (bread made from cassava flour), they said “Ahiacabo guarocoel!” which means, “We know our grandfather!” In the same way, Deminan Caracaracol, seeing his brothers ahead of him, entered… Continue

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Atabey Guali Ara -- Mother Earth and the Human Child

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Young girl with cemi

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

Posted on September 16, 2008 at 8:30am — 1 Comment

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At 8:32am on January 6, 2024, Ronald Morris said…

Good day,
I picked interest in you after going through your short profile and demanding it is necessary for me to write to you immediately. I have something very important to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on ( for full details.
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At 10:25am on August 25, 2009, Miguel Sague Jr said…
It was great to see you in Jayuya My sister. I hope that you had a wonderful and sacred a time as I had. Blessings to you and yours.
Taino Ti
At 6:26pm on August 6, 2009, Jalil Sued Badillo said…
Perdona la tardanza, compañera. Gracias por tu amabilidad. En Amazon se anuncian algunos de mis libros, otros te podria señalar proximamente. Gracias, Jalil
At 11:19pm on July 7, 2009, Miguel Sague Jr said…
Mi Hermana
Its great to find out that you are going to be in jayuya next month. I look forward to seeing you there.
Tano Ti
At 6:27am on May 5, 2009, Valerie Nanaturey Vargas said…
Thank you! Jorge says hello. Sorry it took so long to respond by I hardly have time to sign in here.
At 5:03pm on April 20, 2009, Miguel Sague Jr said…
Tau Sister
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.
Taino Ti
At 3:55pm on January 23, 2009, jonasangelet said…
Absolutely, good to hear from you. Keep me posted when you get time.
At 3:04am on January 13, 2009, Caracoli said…
Guakia Baba (Our Father)

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)

Yucubia-aje-cazabi; (tubercles,bread)

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
At 11:24am on January 9, 2009, mark said…
Thankyou for your comment on my topic[sweats].I was looking over your profile and you draw beutiful Taino pictures always a pleasure to see Taino pics.I also enjoyed the Caracaracol story I have told this one to my daughters many times.alright take care and thankyou again
At 6:20pm on December 28, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
My sister very true.

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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