Maya Angelou Comments (331)

You may shoot me with your words, You may cut me with your eyes, You may kill me with your hatefulness, But still, like air, I'll rise.................... LOOK FOR REAL THINGS.......................www.precandy.com
I was so dead I wondered at no thing, - Not even that the angels slowly turned Their faces, speechless, as I hurried by.............................KNOW THE TRUTH BEHIND THESE LINES...............................www.precandy.com
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Maya Angelou (b.1928) , U.S. author. interview broadcast, Nov.21,1973. A Conversation with Maya Angelou, Conversations with Maya Angelou (1989) . see more.....www.kingstar5.com
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You are truly a phenomenal woman, dear Maya Angelou...Your poems are truly amazing and life changing.
Poem on our religious
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The depth of this poem is astounding The meaning is so profound Your words strung together like that Evoke emotions poignant yet proud in those who find in it resonance In every corner of the universe knowing where we've been Yet even as we have come this far in time Time has left some behind in mentality Thank you Ms Angelou for a poem that makes me proud too.
Maya has absolute trash poems, put her poetry in the trash. Talks about heaps of useless stuff, I really don't care.
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sh is a phenomonal oman
very good job thank u very much
veronica really keep up thevgood work
thanks so much i really enjoyed it
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thank you so much for your poem
she is so amazing rest in peace
so very happy to read this poem