Modern Poetry

God’s Creation by Isauribel Gomez

Dear God,

I’m a believer;

A mixture between Jesus and Buddha.

A Jehova listener; because I was given this mandate

To fight for the weak and uncover the darkness we evade.

I’ve been reflecting on this unjust world;

How the rich breaks the poor,

How I ware children’s…

Isauribel Gomez

Apr 23, 2018

Revised Oct 8, 2020

Between The World And Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates

The United States was built on the slavery of Africans, which was commenced by the Dutch in 1619. During the 17th and 18th century, Americans in the southern coast utilized slaves as a means of production in tobacco, rice, and, indigo…

Can one Define Love in Terms of Movement?

Isauribel Gomez

Sept. 28, 2020

Image Credit Isauribel Gomez “El Espejo Dali-co”

I think one of the reasons as to why I love explaining love in terms of physics, is because true love is kinetic. It is always in motion, not to be confused with the inertia of direction…

Isauribel Gomez

Isauribel Gomez is a rising freshman at CCNY majoring on International Studies. She aims to become an intersectional theorist and work for the UN after college.

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