Journal of South Texas English Studies
Several poems by Alan Oak are presented. "Antes de Nuestra Seňora de Dolores," First Line: In the doorway of Miguel Hidalgo's church; Last Line: White, Spanish saviors. "The Gaia of San Miguel," First Line: Near-buried among the flowers of; Last Line: The face of the Goddess? "El Helado de Dolores Hidalgo," First Line: In the plaza of Dolores Hidalgo; Last Line: In the silky Spanish on my tongue.
Oak, A. (2009). Three poems. Journal of South Texas English Studies, 1(1), 1–2.
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