June Jordan

(9 July 1936 - 14 June 2002 / United States)

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  • Michael Walker Michael Walker (8/15/2018 8:03:00 PM)

    I like June Jordan's honest, outspoken poems, also the occasional tone of anger. She is a
    genuine poet, not saccharine or shallow.

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Best Poem of June Jordan

The Talking Back Of Miss Valentine Jones: Poem # One

well I wanted to braid my hair
bathe and bedeck my
self so fine
so fully aforethought for
your pleasure
I wanted to travel and read
and runaround fantastic
into war and peace:
I wanted to
and be conquered
I wanted to pickup the phone
and find you asking me
if I might possibly be alone
some night
(so I could answer cool
as the jewels I would wear
on bareskin for you
digmedaddy delectation:)
you comin ova?"
But I had to remember to write down
margarine on the ...

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A Song For Soweto

At the throat of Soweto
a devil language falls
claw syllables to shred and leave
the tongue of the young
learning to sing
her own name

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