Hajj: by Octavio Solis

This poem in its written form has disappeared. If you want to know why, click HERE.

copyright 2004 Octavio Solis, all rights reserved

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to hear more poetry by Octavio Solis, click HERE.

By bonniemcclellan

Mother, poet, american ex-pat from Texas living in Northern Italy.


    1. Thank you, Adina. In light of your own heartbreaking poem, I’m humbled that you responded so well to my work. I’ve been so moved by your poems and the poems of your mom, whose voice is richer and deeper with the passage of time. It’s an honor to be listed with all these remarkable poets that Bonnie has drawn together for this event.

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