Nikki Giovanni

(June 7, 1943 / Knoxville, Tennessee)

Comments about Nikki Giovanni

  • meeeeeeeeeeee (10/14/2018 6:08:00 AM)

    she was veryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy brave to be in that shooting

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  • Danielle brooks (9/7/2018 5:12:00 PM)

    Climes
    And
    Sherry Fitzgerald are delighted that the government will be there around with me and you Can

  • hayley law (8/16/2018 1:45:00 PM)

    hey ya'll do ya'll know what her style is and this is a hey from Thomasville Georgia

  • Eddie Chambers (7/19/2018 2:37:00 AM)

    Does anyone know the very first time that Nikki Giovanni's poem Charles White appeared in print?

  • Irene Speed (6/4/2018 9:03:00 AM)

    I am looking for a copy of the Eagles poem by Nikki Giovanni. Please email me at ijspeed@gvtc.com
    Thanks so much,
    Irene Speed

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  • Lila MacFawn (5/14/2018 6:41:00 PM)

    I am Nikki for my school wax museum

  • Asiah Brewster (3/20/2018 10:43:00 AM)

    In my wv history I have to research you along with some other people. One poem that makes me want to read more of them is A Summer Love Poem. it makes me wonder if what i do is right or wrong. if who i love is just a friendship that i know may know may not last but want it to. and if i should rethink what i have done before.

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Best Poem of Nikki Giovanni

Knoxville Tennessee

I always like summer
Best
you can eat fresh corn
From daddy's garden
And okra
And greens
And cabbage
And lots of
Barbeque
And buttermilk
And homemade ice-cream
At the church picnic
And listen to
Gospel music
Outside
At the church
Homecoming
And go to the mountains with
Your grandmother
And go barefooted
And be warm
All the time
Not only when you go to bed
And sleep

Read the full of Knoxville Tennessee

Kidnap Poem

Ever been kidnapped
by a poet
if i were a poet
i'd kidnap you
put you in my phrases and meter
You to jones beach
or maybe coney island
or maybe just to my house
lyric you in lilacs

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