Sherley Anne Williams (August 25, 1944 – July 6, 1999) was an African-American poet, novelist, professor and social critic. Many of her works tell stories about her life in the African-American community.
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“Kicking and rolling about
the Fair Grounds, swinging their butts, those
shanks must be sound to bear up under such
rollicking measures, prance as they dance
in Breughels great picture, The Kermess.”
—William Carlos Williams (18831963)
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