I liked the title but not that it was capitalized all the way through, that I wasn't a fan of. Love how it's a mixture of Spanish and English in the title. Now for the poem itself it's more like telling you the setting and it's a rare to pull of this beautiful way of writing, where it's a setting and yet there's emotions on how it affects the person after all is said and done. Great tribute to a grandmother, I hope time gives a person the ability to miss that person but still be able to move on when needed to.
Fantastic writing in every sense. The poet employed mesmerizing imagery could draw a series of nostalgic scenes, each unique, tragic, picturesque and very well penned. Using a remarkable one block structure and unusual diction this poem had that resonating effect on the mind of the reader which lasts for very long time.
I have recognized how each thought (supposedly stanza) sounded strong and emphasising, a smart use for the passive tense which deepen the emotions and the meaning through out the piece,
~Gone is her patched lazy boy/ Sold are the living room comforts ..etc
All in all, worth reading, voting and winning.