National Poetry Month, Day 9: Gwendolyn Brooks

I went looking for a poem by Gwendolyn Brooks, because I very much enjoyed her in college, and found this one, “A Light and Diplomatic Bird,” from 1949 in Poetry Magazine. Brooks was the first African-American to win the Pulitzer Prize, so it seemed like a good follow-up to yesterday’s poem by last year’s Pulitzer winner Sharon Olds.

Enjoy!

You can read more about Gwendolyn Brooks here.

 

 

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