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|Burney, Fanny Travel and society polish one, but a rolling stone gathers no moss, |
and a little moss is a good thing on a man. - Burroughs, John Travelers are like
poets. They are mostly an angry race. - Burton, Sir Richard I swims in the Tagus ...
|The great travelers are all sorts, of course. A large number have ... But at their |
best they are curious, contented, patient, courageous, and paragons of self-
sufficiency. ... Burton also said, “Travelers, like poets, are mostly an angry race.”
|... this human race. they come in all different shapes, sizes and colors; none of |
them is like the other. yes some are skinny and some are fat, and believe me yall,
I love them just like that. if we cherish them like we do our most prized possession
|With the gradual advancement toward racial integration, many black writers |
considered his writings of black pride and its corresponding subject matter out of
date. They considered him a racial chauvinist. He in turn found a number of
writers like James Baldwin lacking in this same pride, over intellectualizing in
their work, and ... writers, but with more skill and devoid of the most virile anger
and terse racial prejudice some showed toward whites. ... An example is the
poem “A New Song”.
|•i ber.ee, and drunk with secret joy, ouij succession all their care* employ : trerd, |
they broad, instruct, and educate, ... And like their grisly prince appears his
gloomy race : Grim, ghastly, rugged, like a thirsty train That long have travel'd ...
TO THE MOST HONOURABLE JOHN LORD ... courage they excite, fttal clangors
call them out to fight : i*"* alarms the hollow camp rebounds, Jto the trumpet's
Richard M. Berlin - 2010 - 200 pages
|During the three decades since we last talked, sometimes I ached for her like a |
child for its mother, felt as if parts of me had ... Like most of our generation, we
had a soundtrack for our dramas— Carole King, Elton John, Neil Young, Joan
Baez, Simon ... car,”2 ours was hidden in the words of all the great song travelers,
the first voices I'd ever wanted to make my own. ... to Run, The River—reliv- ing
my youth, on the road, listening to Springsteen's voice reaching for the Promised
Emmanuel Sampath Nelson - 2003 - 480 pages
|In the poem, the reader gleans the internal changes that culminated in the |
speaker after the silence that ends "Hungry Travel. ... that once seemed like
insuperable barriers in "Hungry Travel" now, after the speaker's self-
understanding and revelation, are ... The most disturbing and controversial
passages are in the voice of Lonny, who is complicit in the gang rape and ...
reverses, and undercuts the set positions of the players ... no character's
relationship to issues of racial difference is ...
|There, like the sons of Israel, having trod, For the fix'd term of years ordain'd by |
God, A barren desert, we shall seize rich ... And Seotsmen reap what they disdain
'd to sow ; For us, the sun shall climb the eastern hill ; For us, the rain shall fall,
the ... shall from his native steep Descend, and fearless travel through the deep ;
The sail of commeree, for our use unfurl'd, ... his chariot wheels with thunder
hung, Fell Discord braying with her brazen tongue, Death in the van, with Anger,
|Patriot-like, None sins against the welfare of the whole ; Bui their reciprocal, |
unselfish aid, Affords an emblem of millennial love. ... A nd know, of all our
supercilious race, Thou most inflammable ! thou wasp of men ! Man's angry heart,
inspected, would be found As rightly set, as are the starry spheres; 'Tis Nature's
structure, broke by ... They chase our double darkness ; Nature's gloom, And (
kinder still !) ...
|A Collection of Urban Poetry Arose N. Daghetto ... Run your hands Further down |
To my broad hips... I bet you never felt Pottery like this. I'm handmade By the
finest sculptor, Hand painted By the most precise artist. You would have to travel
Overseas to find me. Because I come from A far away village In the heart ofAfrica.