What is the most famous quote by Georgia Douglas Johnson ?
I've learned of life this bitter truth Hope not between the crumbling walls Of mankind's gratitude to find repose, But rather, Build within thy own soul Fortresses!— Georgia Douglas Johnson
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I want to die while you love me, While yet you hold me fair, While laughter lies upon my lips, And lights are in my hair.
Is there not a way by which the man who can think can be enabled to have time to think?
I battered the cordons around me And cradled my wings on the breeze, Then soared to the uttermost reaches With rapture, with power, with ease!
The heart of a woman falls back with the night, / And enters some alien cage in its plight, / And tries to forget it has dreamed of the stars / While it breaks, breaks, breaks on the sheltering bars.
The strong demand, contend, prevail; the beggar is a fool.
And who shall separate the dustWhat later we shall be:Whose keen discerning eye will scanAnd solve the mystery?The high, the low, the rich, the poor,The black, the white, the red,And all the chromatique between,Of whom shall it be said:Here are the sons of Africa;Here lies the dust of Rome;Here lies the one unlabeled,The world at large his home!Can one then separate the dust?Will mankind lie apart,When life has settled back againThe same as from the start?
I'm folding up my little dreams Within my heart tonight, And praying I may soon forget The torture of their sight.