The Complete Collected Poems of Maya Angelou Quotes

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"If today I follow death,/go down its trackless wastes,/salt my tongue on hardened tears/for my precious dear time's waste/race/along that promised cave in a headlong /deadlong/hast,/Will you/have/the/grace/to mourn for/me?" "Mourning Grace" p.24

"Unless you have the inborn/wisdom/and grace/and are clever enough/to die at/thirty-nine." "On Reaching Forty" p.63

"Alone, all alone/Nobody, but nobody/Can Make it out here alone." "Alone" p. 75

"If this country is a bastard/will the lowdown mother user/who ran off/and left the woman/moaning in her/green delivery/please come back and claim/his love child." "Request" p. 83

"Autopsy read:/dead of acute peoplelessness." "Chicken-Licken" p. 97

"I almost remember/smiling some/years past" "...

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