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    Groundbreaking Poet/Playwright/Novelist Ntozake Shange Dies at 70


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    After all these years Somebody just walked off with my s..... and I have loved you assiduously still resonate in my head. May she rest in peace. Thank you for the slice of culture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nabob View Post
    After all these years Somebody just walked off with my s..... and I have loved you assiduously still resonate in my head. May she rest in peace. Thank you for the slice of culture.
    Yes, indeed. "i found god in myself/& i loved her/i loved her fiercely." Indelible. Rest in power.
    Last edited by sansradio; 10-29-2018 at 11:18 AM.

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    Just yesterday, I heard someone in a video mispronounce her name, but I knew who they meant. Another legend of the 20th Century has gone on. She always reminded me a a friend of mine from high school in terms of looks. Rest in peace Ms. Shange and thank you.


    Marv

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    Just in recent years have black women with similar approaches and outlooks as Ntozake
    getting their respect and proper due but I'm happy to say I do see it happening. I didn't
    always agree with or understand some of the things she would do and say at times but
    realized early she was a special artist who would make a mark. Rest In Power, Ms Shange...
    and thank you...

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