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Gwendolyn Brooks Poems | Quotes | Articles

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Gwendolyn Brooks Biography...Pulitzer Prize-winning African-American woman poet.. African-American poet; 30th US Poet Laureate

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Quote Left Swing low swing low sweet sweet chariot. Nothing but a plain black boy. Quote Right
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Quote Left Whether to dry In humming pallor or to leap and die. Quote Right
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Quote Left Young, and so thin, and so straight. So straight! as if nothing could ever bend her.... Quote Right
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Quote Left Think of thaumaturgic lass Looking in her looking-glass At the unembroidered brown.... Quote Right
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Quote Left To say yes is to die A lot or a little. The dead wear capably their wry Enameled emblems. They smell. Quote Right
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