Sanchez creates the picture of the life of black homeless women in the urban areas of America in her prose- poem ‘Bluebirdbluebirdthrumywindow’. In this picture, the author portrays the painful mental and physical realities of homeless women. She does this by using many languages of the disenfranchised as well as dead in describing the lives of the poorly black women. They are ‘uncivilized’ as they wander on black ‘ulcerated, cracked’, and they are other but not us (Sanchez, 1. 44). This means that the black homeless women are not like the other people in the urban areas but belong to another group of people. This is evident by the towels ‘wrapped with a rope around the feet of the woman in order to keep them warm’ (Sanchez, 1. 10-11). The fact that she went ‘to sleep in the world’ as it ‘scrambled on’ in her absence, shows that like a mummy she is preserved but not of the present. This shows that she is demote to the outside world to an inactive position of ‘watching the whirl of people pass by’ (Sanchez, 1. 13-14).