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My house; poems.


New York, Morrow, 1972.
ISBN 06880502102, 0688000255, 0688050212

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Subjects American poetry -- 20th century.
American poetry.
Description xviii, 69 pages illustrations 22 cm
Copyright Date 1972.
Summary This book marked a new dimension in tone and philosophy-personal and autobiographical rather than political; it is also lively, loving, witty, and occasionally tough-minded.
Contents [part I.] The rooms inside : Legacies ; Mothers ; A poem for Carol (may she always wear red ribbons) ; A fishy poem ; Winter poem ; Conversation ; Rituals ; Poem for Stacia ; The world is not a pleasant place to be ; The only song I'm singing ; The butterfly ; I remember ; A certain peace ; When I nap ; Mixed media ; Just a New York poem ; [Untitled] ; The wonder woman (a new dream--for Stevie Wonder) ; Categories ; Straight talk ; Scrapbooks ; When I die ; [Untitled] (for Margaret Danner) -- [part II.] The rooms outside : My tower (for Barb and Anthony) ; Poem (for Nina) ; Africa I ; Africa II ; They clapped ; Poem (for Anna Hedgeman and Alfreda Duster) ; Atrocities ; Nothing makes sense ; I laughed when I wrote it (don't you think it's funny?) ; On seeing black journal and watching nine Negro leaders "give aid and comfort to the enemy" to quote Richard Nixon ; And another thing ; We ; My house.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)409620
(OCoLC)ocm00409620
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WorldCat Identities Giovanni, Nikki.
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