The blue mugs, they are yours
The money tree is mine
When my parents separated
I went after the record collection, furiously
It was the one item they had forgotten
Who owned what, or maybe they knew neither one did
Nor cared to see it go
Everything with happy memories finds a new home
The bitter necessities were accounted for
Divided, boxed, labeled, stored
My father has my maternal grandmother’s camping gear
My mother has her grandmother’s glassware
I am listening to my parents’ records
Mengly Hernandez creates prints exploring various mediums such as silk screening, block printing, watercolor painting, drawing, digital printing and photography.
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