Alice Walker

(9 February 1944 - / Eatonton Georgia)

Alice Walker Poems

1. You Want To Grow Old Like The Carters 3/16/2012
2. Working Class Hero 3/16/2012
3. Word Reaches Us 3/16/2012
4. Turning Madness Into Flowers #1 3/16/2012
5. The Tree Of Life Has Fallen 3/16/2012
6. When You Thought Me Poor 3/16/2012
7. Knowing You Might Some Day Come 3/16/2012
8. What It Feels Like 3/16/2012
9. To Change The World Enough 3/16/2012
10. From: Poems To My Girls 3/16/2012
11. Before I Leave The Stage 3/16/2012
12. Don’t Be Like Those Who Ask For Everything 3/16/2012
13. What Makes The Dalai Lama Lovable? 3/16/2012
14. Our Martyr 3/16/2012
15. If I Was President 3/16/2012
16. The Ways Of Water 3/16/2012
17. Going Out To The Garden 3/16/2012
18. When You See Water 3/16/2012
19. Blessed Are The Poor In Spirit 3/16/2012
20. A Picture Story For The Curious 3/16/2012
21. She 3/16/2012
22. Remember 3/16/2012
23. Torture 3/16/2012
24. Be Nobody's Darling 3/16/2012
25. I Will Keep Broken Things 3/16/2012
26. Desire 3/16/2012
27. Expect Nothing 1/13/2003

Comments about Alice Walker

  • Mo. (8/11/2007 1:50:00 PM)

    Amazing Author!
    Her novel, ''The Color Purple, ''
    Won both the Pulitzer prize and
    The American book award.

    64 person liked.
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Best Poem of Alice Walker

Expect Nothing

Expect nothing. Live frugally
On surprise.
become a stranger
To need of pity
Or, if compassion be freely
Given out
Take only enough
Stop short of urge to plead
Then purge away the need.

Wish for nothing larger
Than your own small heart
Or greater than a star;
Tame wild disappointment
With caress unmoved and cold
Make of it a parka
For your soul.

Discover the reason why
So tiny human midget
Exists at all
So scared unwise
But expect nothing. Live frugally
On surprise.

Read the full of Expect Nothing

Word Reaches Us

Word reaches us

that you are sleeping, sleeping.

Dismayed

we have turned to the sea.

We encounter among others

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