Category Archives: Poetic interlude

Wednesday Evening Thursday Morning by Joseph Najera

[I graduated from San Jose State 1971.  It took me a year and a half to be admitted into the Education Program there.  Thanks to my wonderful parents I used that time to read.   I would read up to 18 … Continue reading

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1911

That night when I left my tears at the foot of the altar              of the old Mission, I felt the pain and the weariness and the drudgery of futility. Upon leaving the mission grounds I heard the breeze whispering softly                                       and felt the … Continue reading

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Las Golondrinas by Joseph Najera

Las Golondrinas   Winter comes upon us with a cold and lonely wind. It brings with a stab the lilac shadows night. The lowly mist spreads empty chills across the clear and purple night. Winter comes upon us with the … Continue reading

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1968 by Joseph Edward Najera

1968 I was searching for you ages ago   When the night wings flew by my window And the air felt cold.   I was looking for a piece of memory,  a remembrance of your face. Maybe if I ran across … Continue reading

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A Remembrance of Eugene Martinez by Jose Eduardo Najera de Ledesma

  I remember November And the day, and the cold fog clinging to my cheeks. It was the day the black cars were waiting With their headlights glowing, The day the people were treading slowly From the white and silent … Continue reading

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