Gwendolyn Brooks Quotes About Life, Sky, Art, Fight, Hurt, Writer

Gwendolyn Brooks Quotes About Life, Sky, Art, Fight, Hurt, Writer

Gwendolyn Brooks Quotes
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Gwendolyn Brooks Quotes:

Look at what’s happening in this world. Every day there’s something exciting or disturbing to write about. With all that’s going on, how could I stop?

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I am a writer perhaps because I am not a talker.

Gwendolyn Brooks

What I’m fighting for now in my work… for an expression relevant to all manner of blacks, poems I could take into a tavern, into the street, into the halls of a housing project.

Gwendolyn Brooks

Don’t let anyone call you a minority if you’re black or Hispanic or belong to some other ethnic group. You’re not less than anybody else.

Gwendolyn Brooks

When you use the term minority or minorities in reference to people, you’re telling them that they’re less than somebody else.

Gwendolyn Brooks

A writer should get as much education as possible, but just going to school is not enough; if it were, all owners of doctorates would be inspired writers.

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Poetry is life distilled.

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Source: NPR

Exhaust the little moment. Soon it dies. And be it gash or gold it will not come Again in this identical guise.

Gwendolyn Brooks

When you love a man, he becomes more than a body. His physical limbs expand, and his outline recedes, vanishes. He is rich and sweet and right. He is part of the world, the atmosphere, the blue sky and the blue water.

Gwendolyn Brooks

We are each other’s magnitude and bond.

Gwendolyn Brooks

I’ve always thought of myself as a reporter.

Gwendolyn Brooks

Art hurts. Art urges voyages – and it is easier to stay at home.

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I felt that I had to write. Even if I had never been published, I knew that I would go on writing, enjoying it and experiencing the challenge.

Gwendolyn Brooks

First fight. Then fiddle.

Gwendolyn Brooks

Very early in life I became fascinated with the wonders language can achieve. And I began playing with words.

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Who is Gwendolyn Brooks?

Gwendolyn Elizabeth Brooks was a poet, author, and teacher from the United States. Her work frequently dealt with the joys and sorrows of ordinary people in her community. On May 1, 1950, she received the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for Annie Allen, making her the first African American to do so.

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