1- “You Foolish Men” by Sor Juana Ines Cruz. I liked this poem because it exposes the inequality and injustice of which women are victims through sexsism and discrimination.


2- “Translation for Mama” by Richard Blanco.  In this poem  the author describes how his  mother came to the US  to create a new  for herself and her family. I enjoy how Blanco honors the bridge between the new identity of his mother and the losses she suffered, in both English and Spanish translations. 


3-”Accents” by Denise Frohman. I like this poem so much because it perfectly describes why spanish accent is so special. She tells us how her mother uses the English language in a very unique way, due to the influence of her mother tongue, Spanish.

4- “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost . I choose this poem because it  presents the metaphor of life as a journey in which the alternatives force us to choose which way to go.