(Art Poem) Our Lady of Guadalupe by Yvonne M. Lucia

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O Lady of Guadalupe,

I imagine you smiling

at the celebrity

you’ve become.

Your image is everywhere,

on coffee mugs and T-shirts,

earrings and dish towels,

your colorful legacy

a talisman of hope

for common folk

laboring in the daily grind.

Our longing for

compassionate presence,

a mother’s unconditional love

and tender care

is met by your sweet gaze.

Along with Juan Diego,

your first incredulous disciple,

we believe in miracles  –

believe that roses can bloom

on rocky ground,

in wintry desolation.

Meet Mago Contributor, Yvonne M. Lucia.

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