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Shake loose my skin : new and selected poems

Author: Sonia Sanchez
Publisher: Boston : Beacon Press, ©1999.
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A collection of poems by award-winning poet Sonia Sanchez, drawn from throughout more than thirty years of her work.
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Sanchez, Sonia, 1934-
Shake loose my skin.
Boston : Beacon Press, c1999
(OCoLC)607106807
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sonia Sanchez
ISBN: 0807068500 9780807068502 0807068535 9780807068533
OCLC Number: 39739740
Description: ix, 157 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: From I've been a woman, 1978. Homecoming ; Poem at thirty ; Malcolm ; Personal letter no. 2 ; A poem for my father ; Poem no. 3 ; Blues ; Haiku ; Sequences ; Haiku ; Poem no. 8 ; Present ; Tanka ; Tanka ; A love poem written for Sterling Brown ; Kwa mama zetu waliotuzaa --
From Homegirls and handgrenades, 1984. "Just don't never give up on love" ; Ballad ; After Saturday night comes Sunday ; I have walked a long time ; On passing thru Morgantown, Pa. ; On seeing a pacifist burn ; Letter to Ezekiel Mphahlele --
From Under a soprano sky, 1987. Under a soprano sky ; Philadelpia: spring, 1985 ; Haiku ; Dear Mama ; Fall ; Fragment 1 ; Fragment 2 ; Haiku ; Towhomitmayconcern ; Blues ; Song no. 2 ; An anthem ; Graduation notes --
From Wounded in the house of a friend, 1995. Wounded in the house of a friend ; Catch the fire ; A remembrance ; Poem for July 4, 1994 ; This is not a small voice ; Like ; Haiku 1 ; Haiku 9 From Does your house have lions?, 1997. Father's voice --
From Like the singing coming off the drums, 1998. Dancing ; Haiku ; Tanka ; Blues Haiku ; Blues Haiku ; Haiku ; Love poem --
New works. Mrs. Benita Jones speaks ; Morning song and evening walk ; For sweet honey in the rock ; Aaaayeee Babo (praise God).
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