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  • 37.
    Million Man March Poem

    The night has been long,
    The wound has been deep,
    The pit has been dark,
    And the walls have been steep.

    Under a dead blue sky on a distant beach,
    I was dragged by my braids just beyond your reach.
    Your hands were tied, your mouth was bound,
    You couldn't even call out my name.
    You were helpless and so was I,
    But unfortunately throughout history
    You've worn a badge of shame.

    I say, the night has been long,
    The wound has been deep,
    The pit has been dark
    And the walls have been steep.

    But today, voices of old spirit sound
    Speak to us in words profound,
    Across the years, across the centuries,
    Across the oceans, and across the seas.
    They say, draw near to one another,
    Save your race.
    You have been paid for in a distant place,
    The old ones remind us that slavery's chains
    Have paid for our freedom again and again.

    The night has been long,
    The pit has been deep,
    The night has been dark,
    And the walls have been steep.

    The hells we have lived through and live through still,
    Have sharpened our senses and toughened our will.
    The night has been long.
    This morning I look through your anguish
    Right down to your soul.
    I know that with each other we can make ourselves whole.
    I look through the posture and past your disguise,
    And see your love for family in your big brown eyes.

    I say, clap hands and let's come together in this meeting ground,
    I say, clap hands and let's deal with each other with love,
    I say, clap hands and let us get from the low road of indifference,
    Clap hands, let us come together and reveal our hearts,
    Let us come together and revise our spirits,
    Let us come together and cleanse our souls,
    Clap hands, let's leave the preening
    And stop impostering our own history.
    Clap hands, call the spirits back from the ledge,
    Clap hands, let us invite joy into our conversation,
    Courtesy into our bedrooms,
    Gentleness into our kitchen,
    Care into our nursery.

    The ancestors remind us, despite the history of pain
    We are a going-on people who will rise again.

    And still we rise. read more »

  • 38.
    As I Grew Older

    It was a long time ago.
    I have almost forgotten my dream.
    But it was there then,
    In front of me, read more »

  • 39.
    As I Grew Older

    It was a long time ago.
    I have almost forgotten my dream.
    But it was there then,
    In front of me, read more »

  • 40.
    To A Daughter Leaving Home

    When I taught you
    at eight to ride
    a bicycle, loping along
    beside you read more »

  • 41.
    For Annie

    Thank Heaven! the crisis-
    The danger is past,
    And the lingering illness
    Is over at last- read more »

  • 42.
    A Song Of Despair

    The memory of you emerges from the night around me.
    The river mingles its stubborn lament with the sea. read more »

  • 43.
    The Lesson

    I keep on dying again.
    Veins collapse, opening like the
    Small fists of sleeping
    Children. read more »

  • 44.
    With Kit, Age 7, at the Beach

    We would climb the highest dune,
    from there to gaze and come down:
    the ocean was performing;
    we contributed our climb. read more »

  • 45.
    A Question

    A voice said, Look me in the stars
    And tell me truly, men of earth,
    If all the soul-and-body scars
    Were not too much to pay for birth. read more »

  • 46.

    They say you can jinx a poem
    if you talk about it before it is done.
    If you let it out too early, they warn,
    your poem will fly away, read more »

  • 47.
    A Noiseless Patient Spider

    A noiseless, patient spider,
    I mark’d, where, on a little promontory, it stood, isolated;
    Mark’d how, to explore the vacant, vast surrounding,
    It launch’d forth filament, filament, filament, out of itself; read more »

  • 48.

    When I see birches bend to left and right
    Across the lines of straighter darker trees,
    I like to think some boy's been swinging them.
    But swinging doesn't bend them down to stay. read more »

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