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Remembering The Incomparable Maya Angelou: Gone To Soon

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 Maya Angelou was born, “Marguerite Johnson” on April 4, 1928. She was nicknamed Maya (meaning “my sister”) by her brother. Angelou grew up in Stamps, Arkansas and as a child, was raised by her grandmother. 328 more words

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'The Days of My Rainbow Phoenix Nutt Imaginings.'

Vibing the phoenix flames
of these blessed moments.
Armed with cosmic gratitudes.
My sex is how
I erect the
Evolving context
of the flowing ‘E=MC2′ effects… 179 more words