Donna Everhart

R. I. P. Maya Angelou 1928 – 2014

R. I. P. Maya Angelou  1928 - 2014

Copyright Bob Richman, 2010, Harpo


If you read no other book by her, read I KNOW WHY THE CAGED BIRD SINGS, but seriously, read all you can… such a talent.  Sad she’s gone.

4 thoughts on “R. I. P. Maya Angelou 1928 – 2014”

    1. I imagine there’s a lifetime of quotes from her, don’t you?

      I love this – it was in the paper this morning. (and of course she received some of her education and taught at universities here in my home state, so there’s a big article on her)

      Come you death, in haste, do come
      My shroud of black be weaving,
      Quiet my heart, be deathly quiet,
      My true love is leaving.

      1. I think so. I have her cookbook too, THE HALLELUJAH TABLE. Vignettes of her life with a recipe to go with it. Love it.

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