Cinco de Mayo in Messila Poem by Belinda Subraman

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It’s Cinco de Mayo,
a Mexican celebration
and commemoration
of pushing Napoleon out of Mexico.
A slight breeze
tickles the green, orange and white fringe
strung over the plaza.
Vendors are setting up their booths:
BBQ brisket burritos,
smoked turkey legs,
quesadillas,
pork rinds”¦.
No vegans are in sight
and no French is heard.

 

Cinco de Mayo in Messila Poem by Belinda Subraman

Belinda Subraman published the Cinco De Mayo poem with us years ago. Her site belindasubraman.com and Her now famous Gypsy Art Show Podcast

We shall put other Cinco De Mayo Poems  here. Do You know why Cinco De Mayo is so important to The United States

Here is our next Cinco de Mayo poem

El  Dia de la Batalla de Puebla

Cinco de Mayo Y La Puebla

http://motherbird.com/cinco-de-mayo-poem/

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