"Hippy Era" poetry

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Title: "Hippy Era" poetry
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Subject: English
Date: November 5, 2005
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The people didn't forget what he had said because he planted a seed of hope and a drive to achieve something they never thought they could. The other poem that I chose goes along with this idea very well and was only written 2 years earlier. This poem was also written in heart of the revolution in the 60's...
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This poem has some beautiful lines that made me just feel what the people who were fighting for their rights must have been thinking and feeling. The thought of having nothing and finding your own will to fight for your right is amazing to me. The poem is Frederic Douglass by Robert Hayden written in 1966...
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