Toni Morrison. Toni Morrison “The Dead of September 11” Some have God's words; others have songs of comfort for the bereaved. 81. — Toni Morrison, Love. If I can pluck courage here, I would ... *Although written in “response” to 9/11 the poem is actually based on a walk Zagajewski*took*withhis*father* just when Love taught me to have some mercy on me, you disappeared into the water with no face no name; A bad dream A voice taken by the wind A hot thing taken by the spring A scream of Freedom, No claim for a Kiss. It is a learned application. If you think it is easy you are a fool. 78. “I don’t want to make somebody else. 11. Her 1987 novel, Beloved, won the Pulitzer Prize […] It is a learned application without reason or motive except that it is God. Toni Morrison was an American novelist, essayist, editor, teacher, and professor. An excerpt from Toni Morrison’s Paradise , formatted as a poem for your reading pleasure… Love is divine only and difficult always. Read all poems of Toni Morrison and infos about Toni Morrison. I didn't fall in love, I rose in it." Toni Morrison was born Chloe Anthony Wofford on February 18, 1931 in Lorain, Ohio; she was the second of four children born into a working class family. A Look Back at Toni Morrison's Most Inspiring Quotes on Everything From Love to Loss. WHAT TONI MORRISON TAUGHT ME ABOUT LOVE AND DEATH. 79. Upon the publication of her first novel, The Bluest Eye (1970), Morrison was recognized as one of the most powerful and distinct voices in literature. Or a wheelchair to keep moving. ... Tess on Unsplash. 13. "You're turning over your whole life to him. I want to make myself.”― Toni Morrison. ... “Eve Remembering” from Five Poems. "Don't ever think I fell for you, or fell over you. .”― Toni Morrison. “He wants to put his story next to hers.” — Toni Morrison, Beloved. Aug 6, 2019 ... Jasmin Kaur on Bringing Poetry to the Novel. “What a man leaves behind is what a man is.”― Toni Morrison. - Jazz 11.

Literary critic John Leonard once said, “Toni Morrison writes about places where even love found its way with an icepick.” It's Valentine's Day. "We will be judged by how well we love.” — Toni Morrison, Desdemona. A book I really loved) More Good Things “The People” by Pablo Neruda “An Exercise in Love” by Diane di Prima “Shoveling Snow with Buddha” by Billy Collins. “Eve Remembering” by Toni Morrison. “Love is never any better than the lover. 10. . By Staceyann ... And for that I remain grateful to the indomitable and incomparable Toni Morrison. 80. Lucia Salvato (I wrote this poem mixing my own words with the author´s beautiful expressions used in the book. By Savannah Walsh. Seven Good Things is a weekly list of positivity & creativity. If you think it is natural you are blind. 12. She was the first African-American woman to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. Wicked people love wickedly, stupid people love stupidly, weak people love weakly . You do not deserve love. You