Monthly Archives: April 2012

Poetry of Black Folk

Dunbar wrote much of his poetry in the vernacular of African Americans in the early 20th century. The lyrical musings of the average working-class people of the time give us insight into their lives and their souls. . . the … Continue reading

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We wait and anticipate

DESTINY We wait and anticipate What’s next? we ask But the answer is never clear as a message in the mail We move ahead on faith With hope and love to help keep us straight on the path of our … Continue reading

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