The poem In My Lifetime:
I hate it.
I hate to see
All the enmity
That they concoct
Between blood brothers. Continue Reading →
Prolific poet, social activist, novelist, playwright, and columnist Langston Hughes is considered one of the fathers of jazz poetry, a literary art form that emerged in the 1920s and eventually became the foundation for modern hip-hop.
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