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ABRAHAM RODRIGUEZ DROPS NEW BOOK OF POETRY, "MIXED FEELINGS"

 

Abraham Rodriguez is truly one talented soul. As an actor, he has delighted many on screen and continues to do so now with a poet's pen. Get to know Abraham better in the current issue of Action Magazine. And, make sure to check out "Mixed Feelings." You will not be disappointed. Take a look below at a snippet of what you can expect from the entire collection.

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GO BEHIND THE MIC WITH JUST TALK WITH GABE!

 

Behind The Mic is a YouTube/IGTV series where Gabriel Silva goes "behind the mic" on camera to talk to guests from his popular podcast, Just Talk With Gabe. Haven't seen it yet? Tune-in and catch up. Don't forget to subscribe!

Season 2 is out now. Are you ready to watch? Click here.

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AN OPPORTUNITY TO HELP THOSE WHO NEED IT THE MOST

 

Texas teen actor/model Gabriel L. Silva partnered with Kids' Meals Houston to help end childhood hunger. The amazing organization was devastated in February of 2021 as a result of the unprecedented winter storm in Houston, TX.  

 

Although the storm is over and Kids' Meals Houston has recouped their inventory, they are still in need of help. A little goes a long way! Make sure to stop by and donate to a great cause.

 

Kids' Meals Houston provides meals to low-income families who are in need with preschool-aged kids. They deliver meals directly to apartments, trailers, and homes of hungry children in 43 Houston-area zip codes.  

 

Click here to donate. Remember, it only takes just $2.00 to make a difference.

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POETRY CORNER-(Curated by Grace Robleto)

 

A selection from the poetry book "Mixed Feelings"

By: Abraham Rodriguez

the palm trees are swaying

the birds are chirping

the clouds are crawling

the moon is glowing

the sun is going

i am sitting

pausing

taking in the things

i forget exist

appreciating earth's

beautiful gifts

Standing on Quarks 

By: Grace Robleto

Even the knowers say “No, I don’t know—
We cannot record an electron, it goes
Much faster than anything else that I’ve seen,”
And people like me? Pal, I start to turn green—

Nauseated by concepts I can’t understand—
(The world’s made of legos called quarks, and I stand
On something composed of, at best, bits of stuff
With void in between.) So when is it enough?

Will they deconstruct everything we’ve ever thought?
Will they find that it’s true that the world is just rot
And entropy hidden in green and blue skin?
Look at the trouble our ‘knowledge’ is in—

But look. If I am asking this, at least one thing is real.
To God’s green earth and common sense I’ll make my last appeal—
I might not understand this world, or anybody in it,
But I can trust that love is real, and choose you every minute.