The poem "Advice From La Llorona" by Deborah Miranda, is a good poem for people who don't know what to do with life or their stuck at some pointing their life and they don't know what to do, this poem relates to me because a long time ago I used to be this person that I didn't like at all, I wanted to be like everyone else and I ever thought things through. I always went with what comes my way. Then I realized that it does me no good at all. In the poem it says "each grief has its unique side." I couldn't find my unique side, I took a side that copied someone else instead of something unique. I thought things through after a while and said to myself that changing isn't going to hurt me at all. I shouldn't change a lot I just need to change little things in my life that I didn't like about myself. The speaker says
Don't feel guilty of you have a good time.
Don't act as if you haven't been hit by a Mack
Do things a little differently
But don't make a lot of changes.
The little change that happened to me is the way I act, the things I do and what I believe in.