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In This Inspiring Poem, Maya Angelou Celebrates The Courage Of The Human Spirit Over The Harshest Of Obstacles An Ode To The Power That Resides In Us All To Overcome The Most Difficult Circumstances, This Poem Is Truly An Inspiration And Affirmation Of The Faith That Restores And Nourishes The Soul Entwined With The Vivid Paintings Of Diego Rivera, The Renowned Mexican Artist, Angelou S Words Paint A Portrait Of The Amazing Human Spirit, Its Quiet Dignity, And Pools Of Strength And Courage An Ideal Gift For A Friend, Lover, Or Family Member, This Special Edition Will Be Treasured By All Who Receive It And Still I Rise

About the Author: Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou, born Marguerite Ann Johnson April 4, 1928 in St Louis, Missouri, was an American poet, memoirist, actress and an important figure in the American Civil Rights Movement In 2001 she was named one of the 30 most powerful women in America by Ladies Home Journal Maya Angelou is known for her series of six autobiographies, starting with I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, 1969 which was nominated for a National Book Award and called her magnum opus Her volume of poetry, Just Give Me a Cool Drink of Water Fore I Die 1971 was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize.

10 thoughts on “And Still I Rise

  1. says:

    Still I Rise is Maya Angelou s encouragement to women of color everywhere that yes they can achieve great things These words reach for the heights and that is what every person should do, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, or social standing It is easy for women of color to think that the world is not designed for people that look like them to dream big, but that is exactly what Angelou s s

  2. says:

    Maya Angelou is an inspirational figure, admired the world over for her sensitivity, passion, and advocacy of black rights she was a vigorous activist, especially with regard to women The world lost a remarkable influential figure when she died So what is her poetry actually like The word inspirational is bandied around today to include all sort of cant and twaddle I must admit to being apprehensi

  3. says:

    I assumed I would enjoy this one and I assumed correctly.This is my first foray into Angelou s poetry other than listening to random snippets but I have read the first of her autobiographies I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings I adored the rythm of her poems, they slipped so naturally from the tongue and her choice of words was fascinating, it really had me chewing on each on certain words and phrases, r

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    Wishing so badly I was in DC today to hear these poems read at the Women s March Does my haughtiness offend you Don t you take it awful hard Cause I laugh like I ve got gold minesDiggin in my own backyard.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.

  5. says:

    And Still I RiseYou may write me down in historyWith your bitter, twisted lies,You may tread me in the very dirtBut still, like dust, I ll rise.Does my sassiness upset you Why are you beset with gloom Cause I walk like I ve got oil wellsPumping in my living room.Just like moons and like suns,With the certainty of tides,Just like hopes springing high,Still I ll rise.Did you want to see me broken Bowed head

  6. says:

    Maya Angelou transmits something tender and profound in her writings, especially when listened to in her recorded voice.

  7. says:

    Hate often is confused ItsLimits are in zones beyond itself AndSadists will not learn thatLove, by nature, exacts a painUnequalled on the rack. Second stanza of A Kind of Love, Some Say One of my favorite poets and one of her best collections Reading Maya Angelou is great, but listening to her is better I am always put into a better state of mind with her words Dr Angelou was one one of the great multi talented

  8. says:

    Here I am, at 27, and finally getting around to Maya Angelou I never had to read her work for school and somehow passed up reading I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings the many times I ve seen it on my library s shelves Better late than never, right And Still I Rise is Angelou s third poetry collection, originally released in 1978 And for how much praise Angelou receives, I was surprised that I wasn t bowled over by thi

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    PART ONETouch Me, Life, Not SoftlyRemembrancefor Paul Your hands easyweight, teasing the beeshived in my hair, your smile at theslope of my cheek On theoccasion, you pressabove me, glowing, spoutingreadiness, mystery rapesmy reason.When you have withdrawnyour self and the magic, whenonly the smell of yourlove lingers betweenmy breasts, then, onlythen, can I greedily consumeyour presence Where We Belong, A Duet In ever

  10. says:

    There are poems in this collection that I love, and some that I think are just okay But what I love about Maya Angelou is her defiantly hopeful perspective on life in all its ups and downs Life doesn t frighten me at all Not at all Not at all 46 I was born to work up to my grave But I was not born To be a slave 34 I may be last in the welfare line Below the rim where the sun don t shine But getting up stays on my mind 47

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