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  1. Oh Pray My Wings Are Gonna Fit Me Well is a book of poems by American author Maya Angelou, published by Random House in 1975. It is Angelou's second volume of poetry, written after her first two autobiographies and first volume of poetry were published.

    • Maya Angelou
    • 66 pp (hardcover 1st edition)
    • 1975
    • 1975 (1st edition)
  2. 4 de abr. de 2023 · A poem by Maya Angelou about the challenges and isolation of living in a world where nobody can make it out alone. The poem echoes the title of her autobiography, Oh Pray My Wings Are Gonna Fit Me Well, and expresses her resolve to find her soul a home.

  3. 29 de out. de 2023 · This poem was published in 1975 in her book, Oh Pray My Wings Are Gonna Fit Me Well. "Alone" Lying, thinking. Last night. How to find my soul a home. Where water is not thirsty. And bread loaf is not stone. I came up with one thing. And I don't believe I'm wrong. That nobody, But nobody. Can make it out here alone. Alone, all alone.

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  4. ‘Passing Time’ was first published in Angelou’s anthology Oh Pray My Wings Are Gonna Fit Me Well, published in 1975. She speaks on themes of race, time, and the cyclical nature of life. The poet outlines how, in reality, there is no difference between one person and the next.

    • Female
    • October 9, 1995
    • Poetry Analyst And Editor
  5. 17 de jul. de 2023 · Oh pray my wings are gonna fit me well -- pt. I. Pickin em up and layin em down -- Here's to adhering -- On reaching forty -- The telephone -- pt. II. Passing time -- Now long ago -- Greyday -- Poor girl -- Come, and be my baby -- Senses of insecurity -- Alone -- Communication I -- Communication II -- Wonder -- A conceit -- pt. III ...

  6. Oh pray my wings are gonna fit me well by Angelou, Maya. Publication date 1977 Topics American poetry -- African American authors -- 20th century, American poetry ...

  7. Na década de 1950 — quando assumiu o pseudônimo "Maya Angelou" — afirmou-se como atriz, cantora e dançarina em várias montagens teatrais que percorreram o país, tais como Porgy and Bess, Calypso Heatwave, The Blacks e Cabaret for Freedom . Nos anos 60 tornou-se amiga de Martin Luther King Jr. e Malcolm X, vindo a servir na Conferência ...