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Book details
  • Genre:POETRY
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:150
  • eBook ISBN:9780984159918

Real Talk

by Sharnette Hyter

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Overview
"Real Talk" confronts pertinent issues like love, womanhood and betrayal from chapter to chapter. The writings are stern yet nurturing, a balance very rarely witnessed in much of this generation's literary works.
Description
“Real Talk” confronts pertinent issues like love, womanhood and betrayal from chapter to chapter. The Author’s poem, “Queen Respecting Her King” is a poem that exudes the deification and paying homage to the female’s male counterpart, the healing energy he gives her, him being a gift to the universe and of course the complimentarity manifested between a true King and the primordial Queen. This complimentarity and polarity further validates our hueman-beingness and archetypal existence. Sharnette touches the core of emotion like walking barefoot on Mother Earth. The writings embodied in, “Real Talk” is stern yet nurturing, a balance very rarely witnessed in much of this generation’s literary works. The reader will be meticulously drawn into the experiences and journey of the Author. Her literary writings and voice is a vessel and extremely necessary in a time when the Hueman Being is struggling for clarity toward the path of enlightenment and divinity. Her thoughts and words embrace ourage and integrity despite Hueman frailty of fear, social conditioning and synthetic intelligence. Sharnette Hyter has successfully allowed herself to invite us into her heart as she writes with compassion, unwavering vision and purpose in which you will overstand in the words to come.
About the author
Sharnette L. Hyter was born in South Dallas, Texas. She describes herself as a country girl who lives a city life. She is a multi-tasker and says failure is never an option. A passionate and spiritural writer who loves to sing. Her passion for writing started at an early age. She gives all the cridit to her parents for allowing her to be multi-talented and support her dreams. She is grateful to God for love, life, family and friends. She has coined herself the Texa-sianan. Her roots lie between Texas and Louisiana. She is grateful to God for beating the statistics and stereotypes of young single mothers. Trust in God and you can do all things -- she stands firm on this foundation. In her second book release, "Real Talk", she reaches out to the hear of readers who may have hidden a painful issue. In her words she quotes: "Let the eggs full of pain be cracked and stirred well done with the seasoning from "Real Talk".
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