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Quotation by Gwendolyn Brooks
Even now she does the snake-hips with a hiss, Slops the bad wine across her shantung, talks Of pregnancy, guitars and bridgework, walks In parks or alleys, comes haply on the verge Of happiness, haply hysterics. Is.
Gwendolyn Brooks (b. 1917), U.S. poet. The Womanhood (l. 4–8). . .
Women Poets in English, The; an Anthology. Ann Stanford, ed. (1972) McGraw-Hill Book Company.
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