Thinking about Sandra Cisneros’ work lately!

Excerpt from Loose Woman –

“I like the possibility of anything,

the little fear I feel

when you enter a room.

I haven’t a clue of the who of you…”

This resonates with me because the fear of a new encounter or new situation is exhilarating if you don’t let the fear incapacitate you.  It doesn’t have to be about a romantic liaison.

My thoughts – what do you think?    Stay with Sharon at The Write Talk!  Talk to you later!


About sharonsbooks

I am a practical and contemporary urban writer who focuses on readers/participants who are high school age youth and adults. Although I currently write fiction and poetry, I am inspired to write about social and political issues in the sometimes subtle and other times blatant way that they are present in our everyday lives. I love humor and I strive to expand the thought process and create positive change. I realize today, in the scheme of things, that I know only a little. However, I would be remiss if I didn’t share what I’ve learned as I continue to develop my own growth process. In all my writings, I’ve always sought to convey a message from my spiritual center. This keeps me broad-minded regarding diversity and a willingness to learn from anyone and everyone.
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