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A poem of "The Middle Passage"
Posted by: Boug Beaty (71.111.238.---)
Date: April 30, 2009 10:13PM

I have heard recited a very, to me, touching poem exposing much of the sadness and cruelty that could touch a man's inner being and soul, of Slavery in this country- or any other country..It has as narrator the Ship's First Lieutenant as he stands watch or on a deck above the load of slaves being carried in "The Middle Passage." I don't think he used the words:'Middle Pssage", but may have? I have tried in the past to find a copy of that poem- to no avail..it's not a short poem, but to me again, very touching and almost sad! You know of it? By whom? Where?? Thanks Boug Beaty


Re: A poem of "The Middle Passage"
Posted by: misterF (91.111.97.---)
Date: May 28, 2009 08:34PM

I don't know the answer but try here - [www.brycchancarey.com]


Re: A poem of "The Middle Passage"
Posted by: Boug Beaty (71.111.230.---)
Date: May 29, 2009 08:53AM

Is the poem The Middle Passage an attatachment?? how do I get thepoem in writing, to my screen so I can readt it Thanks Clyde D Beaty at bougarred@yahoo.com Durham, NC


Re: A poem of "The Middle Passage"
Posted by: Boug Beaty (71.111.230.---)
Date: May 29, 2009 08:57AM

I have the address of your people OK. Now, after getting notice that the poem
was, at the Poetry workshop>. How do I get it to show on mymonitor so an read it???


Re: A poem of "The Middle Passage"
Posted by: Boug Beaty (71.111.230.---)
Date: May 29, 2009 09:06AM

I Want To Read The poem!! But can't get it up on my monitor screen--Any ideas or clues you can advise me please!


Re: A poem of "The Middle Passage"
Posted by: misterF (91.111.98.---)
Date: May 29, 2009 05:18PM

If you click on each blue hyperlink you can check the poems out.
If none is what you seek, you could ask for help from the site owner by clicking on 'let me know' and completing his page.
Or you could ask the Poetry Library - [www.poetrylibrary.org.uk]




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