I would defiantly feel content.
Sunland, California (PRWEB) November 3, 2006
Poetry is not always about butterflies and flowers. And Now This Is Me demonstrates just that. Eunice Cuadros describes her feelings and thoughts through her teenage years. Poetry that teenagers may relate to and poetry that shows the world of teenagers at the most delicate peak.
Obliviousness, devastation, and butterfly-like stumbling steps this is what Eunice faced in her teenage years. She wrote all her emotions and thoughts while sitting in a corner of her closet every night. By the time she was brave enough to actually go through what she had written in the past, she suddenly saw life at a different shade of green.
Eunice was hesitant in publishing her inner-most feelings and thoughts, but when she was told that perhaps this may help others to relate and her to not feel so alone she said, "I would defiantly feel content." And Now This Is Me describes Eunice's deepest thoughts and critical emotions from when she was a teenager. This book has every emotion thinkable, for that is what teenagers go through. She describes suicide as a relief and after some time she describes love as the food of life. Once the book was completed, Eunice decided to read it, cover to cover. "I was amazed at what I saw. I couldn't believe I survived high school alone," she said.
About the author:
Eunice Cuadros grew up in Sunland, California. She enlisted in the United States Army at 17. She is currently still serving proudly as a Human Resource Specialist. She graduated from Verdugo Hills High School. This is her first book.