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<3 Loose Woman by Sandra Cisneros <3 They say I’m a beast. And feast on it. When all along I thought that’s what a woman was. They say I’m a bitch. Or witch. I’ve claimed the same and never winced. They say I’m a macha, hell on wheels, viva-la-vulva, fire and brimstone, man-hating, devastating, boogey-woman lesbian. Not necessarily, but I like the compliment.

Loose Woman by Sandra Cisneros My Love and respect to this talented woman.

Loose Woman by Sandra Cisneros ... I’m an aim-well, shoot-sharp, sharp-tongued, sharp-thinking, fast-speaking, foot-loose, loose-tongued, let-loose, woman-on-the-loose loose woman. Beware, honey. I’m Bitch. Beast. Macha. Wachale! Ping! Ping! Ping! I break things.

Loose Woman by Sandra Cisneros . I’m an aim-well, shoot-sharp, sharp-tongued…

tellmefive:  The House on Mango Street, by Sandra Cisneros

tellmefive: The House on Mango Street, by Sandra...

Author and poet Sandra Cisneros - Her work, "The House on Mango Street," sold over 2 million copies.

Sandra Cisneros: anniversary on Mango St.

Sandra Cisneros - author and an activist. Writing for over 50 years, her work explores the lives of the working-class.

Esperanza describes herself as wanting to be beautiful and cruel. She wants to attract men and then leave them like nothing. She wants to have power over men because all around her women are powerless, especially to men.

Esperanza describes herself as wanting to be beautiful and cruel. She wants to attract men and then leave them like nothing. She wants to have power over men because all around her women are powerless, especially to men.

House on Mango Street ~Sandra Cisneros “I want to be like the waves on the sea, like the clouds in the wind, but I’m me. One day I’ll jump Out of my skin. I’ll shake the sky like a hundred violins.”

Sandra Cisneros poem December 1954 (age Chicago, Illinois, US Occupation Novelist, poet, short story writer Nationality American Ethnicity

Not a mans house. Not a daddys. A house all my..." - Sandra Cisneros [1900x1200]

Not a mans house. Not a daddys. A house all my..." - Sandra Cisneros [1900x1200]

Caramelo by Sandra Cisneros. This novel is narrated by many generations of a family spending the summer together in Mexico City.

"Caramelo" by Sandra Cisneros- "House on Mango Street" was my favorite of hers until I read this one- Now both are tied