Angela Davis

Rookie (1976 / USA)

Angela Davis Poems

1. What Do I Know 8/25/2006
2. She Did It 11/25/2006
3. Watch Me 7/17/2006
4. A Chance Meeting 8/11/2006
5. What About Me 7/17/2006
6. My Life 8/23/2006
7. My Love 8/10/2006
8. Fatherly 'Love' 7/17/2006
9. Tender Confessions 7/13/2006
10. Remember 8/19/2006
11. No More 8/21/2006
12. Living With Pain 7/13/2006
13. Shattered 7/17/2006
14. I Fight 8/19/2006
15. Entranced 8/10/2006
16. Finding Beauty 8/20/2006
17. Letting Go 8/19/2006
18. Conflict 8/10/2006
19. Beginning A New Life 8/10/2006
20. Who Am I 7/26/2006
21. Anymore... 8/5/2006
22. For Every Woman 8/9/2006

Comments about Angela Davis

  • Andre Labatt Andre Labatt (8/7/2018 10:54:00 PM)

    What can I say, I sat here and read all 22 poems, all brilliant in their own way, all encompassing, I could not stop. Have you written more? Incredible

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  • Alexia Sohr (8/12/2006 7:15:00 PM)

    A most talented poet whom is unafraid to to bring harsh facts of life to light, and discuss them. She is a beautiful woman with a powerful voice who will change the world, given time. No one can read her poetry and remain untouched by her emotion, thoughts, and experiences.

Best Poem of Angela Davis

For Every Woman

This is for every woman
that cries herself to sleep
that lies alone in bed at night
that stays awake, unable to sleep

This is for every woman
that is scared of being hurt again
that has been left behind, heartbroken
that needs to be given something to believe in

This is for every woman
that needs to feel wanted
that wants to feel desirable
that feels like no one even cares

This is for every woman
that has loved another freely
that shows how much she cares
that accepts others for who they are

You are beautiful.
Everything will...

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Living With Pain

Tell me of pain, what you know of it.
Is it to be feared, or guarded against
like a tangible foe?
Do you seek it, or merely accept it
like an unavoidable opponent?
Is it to be welcomed, with open arms
as an enabling experience?
You tell me yours, I’ll tell you mine.
Pain… She was my first lover

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