The complete collected poems of Maya Angelou

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Random House, Sep 13, 1994 - Poetry - 273 pages
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Sales of Maya Angelou's Wouldn't Take Nothing For My Journey Now and I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings surged dramatically after her soul-stirring reading at President Clinton's inauguration. Now, for the first time, the complete collection of her published poems is offered--in a handsome hardcover edition.

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Strong writing by a strong woman for strong daughters. - Goodreads
Poetry is hard to read for most, including me. - Goodreads
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A wonderful birthday present from my friend Deji! Am loving each one!❤️ Read full review

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This complete collection of poems shows why Maya Angelou was a treasure. She makes you feel the struggle of the civil rights movement, the hate between the oppressor and the oppressed. But she never ... Read full review

Contents

Just Give Me a Cool Drink of Water fore I Diiie
7
Lets Majeste
20
Oh Pray My Wings Are Gonna Fit Me Well
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About the author (1994)

MAYA ANGELOU is a poet, writer, performer, teacher, and director. In addition to her bestselling autobiographies, beginning with "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings," she has also written five poetry collections, including "I Shall Not Be Moved" and "Shaker, Why Don't You Sing?," as well as the celebrated poem "On the Pulse of Morning," which she read at the inauguration of President William Jefferson Clinton, and "A Brave and Startling Truth," written at the request of the United Nations and read at its fiftieth anniversary. She lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

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