Sandra Cisneros Poetry Famous Quotes & Sayings

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7 Sandra Cisneros Poetry Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Sandra Cisneros Poetry Sayings By Sandra Cisneros: I also learned to tell a story. I think I learned from poetry how to I also learned to tell a story. I think I learned from poetry how to time a story. Poetry's timing, beats and pauses. That white space on the page is as important as the black. The bottom of the page is blackout. It's performance. — Sandra Cisneros
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Sandra Cisneros Poetry Sayings By Sandra Cisneros: I like to mix it up, because the kind of comments you can get from I like to mix it up, because the kind of comments you can get from a fiction writer about your poetry are going to be very different than what you'll get from a poet. — Sandra Cisneros
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Sandra Cisneros Poetry Sayings By Sandra Cisneros: I never paid attention when people said, "That's gotta be poetry. That's gotta be fiction," I never paid attention when people said, "That's gotta be poetry. That's gotta be fiction," except when I was in a graduate program, and you had to claim your genre. — Sandra Cisneros
Sandra Cisneros Poetry Sayings By Sandra Cisneros: A lot of people mistake the persona that I create in poetry and fiction with A lot of people mistake the persona that I create in poetry and fiction with me. A lot of people claim to know me who don't really know me. They know the work, or they know the persona in the work, and they confuse that with me, the writer. They don't realize that the persona is also a creation and a fabrication, a composite of my friends and myself all pasted together. — Sandra Cisneros
Sandra Cisneros Poetry Sayings By Sandra Cisneros: Writing poetry helps me to write my fiction; each thing helps the other. Writing poetry helps me to write my fiction; each thing helps the other. — Sandra Cisneros
Sandra Cisneros Poetry Sayings By Sandra Cisneros: There [DreamTigers by Jorge Luis Borges] were these little fablesque things, you know, dream tigers, There [DreamTigers by Jorge Luis Borges] were these little fablesque things, you know, dream tigers, beautiful, beautiful pieces that when you read them had the power of a long piece, but they were prose, and they had the power of poetry, in that the last line wasn't the end, it was a reverberation, like when you tap on a glass made of crystal, and it goes ping. — Sandra Cisneros
Sandra Cisneros Poetry Sayings By Sandra Cisneros: Maybe all pain in the world requires poetry. Maybe all pain in the world requires poetry. — Sandra Cisneros