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Quotation by Countee Cullen
poor black cherubs rise at seven
To do celestial chores.
Countee Cullen (1903–1946), U.S. poet. For a Lady I Know (l. 3–4). . .
My Soul's High Song; the Collected Writings of Countee Cullen, Voice of the Harlem Renaissance. É Gerald Early, ed. (1991) Doubleday.
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