Claude McKay Poems (81 Poems)

Two-An’-Six (Claude McKay Poems)

Merry voices chatterin',Nimble feet dem patterin',Big an' little, faces gay,Happy day dis market day.Sateday, de marnin' break,Soon, soon market-people wake;An' ...

On Broadway (Claude McKay Poems)

About me young careless feet Linger along the garish street; Above, a hundred shouting signs Shed down their bright fantastic ...

On the Road (Claude McKay Poems)

Roar of the rushing train fearfully rocking, Impatient people jammed in line for food, The rasping noise of cars together ...

America (Claude McKay Poems)

Although she feeds me bread of bitterness, And sinks into my throat her tiger's tooth, Stealing my breath of life, ...

Outcast (Claude McKay Poems)

For the dim regions whence my fathers came My spirit, bondaged by the body, longs. Words felt, but never heard, ...

Poetry (Claude McKay Poems)

Sometimes I tremble like a storm-swept flower, And seek to hide my tortured soul from thee. Bowing my head in ...

The Plateau (Claude McKay Poems)

It was the silver, heart-enveloping view Of the mysterious sea-line far away, Seen only on a gleaming gold-white day, That ...

Wild May (Claude McKay Poems)

Aleta mentions in her tender letters, Among a chain of quaint and touching things, That you are feeble, weighted down ...

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