Poetry ON THE Move

Epstein, Peggy; Weise, Patty
September 2002
Footsteps;Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p28
Provides tips and information for writing a poem about the Great Migration of African Americans in the U.S. Use of colors to describe the event; Selection of a phrase to for the theme of the poem.


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