Weather Reports: New and Selected Poems

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Harlem River Press, 1991 - African Americans - 177 pages
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Preface Wilford D Samuels I My Poems Have Holes Sewn into Them From Embryo 1972
White Weekend
Woke Up Crying the Blues
The Syntax of the Mind Grips
Weather Report in Lincoln Nebraska 2871
In Texas Grass
In the Manner of JeanJoseph Rabearivello 15 In SeventySeven Syllables
From SnakeBack Solos 1979
Out Here Where
Ghanaian Image Song
A Short AfricanAmerican History Song
These Crossing These Words 31 From Richmond College Postmarked Manhattan
New York City Beggar
After Hearing a Radio Announcement

Birds Fly Without Motion to the Summit
Beneath the Bluest
Steel Poles Give Back No Sweat
A Surrealistic Poem to Everyone No One in Particular

About the author (1991)

Quincy Troupe is Professor of Literature at the University of California, San Diego, and author of thirteen books. Two of his books, "Miles: The Autobiography "(1989) and "Snake-Back Solos "(1979), have won the American Book Award. He also wrote "James Baldwin: The Legacy "(1989), "Avalanche "(1996), "Choruses "(1999), and "Take it to the Hoop Magic Johnson "(2000). In 2002, he was named Poet Laureate of the State of California by the California Arts Council.

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