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‘still You Rose' - A Tribute To Maya Angelou

May be, as black, you lived in slavery;
May be, as young, you stayed in penury;
May be, you were victim of usury,
But still like dust, you rose again surely!

No more could anyone offend you more;
World's twisted lies couldn't give you eyesore;
God opened you another newer door;
And so you rose with courage in hearts core.

Despair couldn't hurt you like it did in past;
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Monday, June 2, 2014
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