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{SPEAKER name="Edward Brathwaite"}
The good year tires them take flight at dust and nasty water pon the pothole from the asphalt and land pon top the suffer then standing by pon the sidewalk inside the way side cabin them a call a bus stop advertising Sheraton Hotel.


Starvation by African-Caribbean poet, Edward Brathwaite, today's guest on the Literary Corner, black writers of the world. Technical assistance provided by Bob Chan, I'm Brooks Robinson. The literary corner was made possible by funds from WHA Radio Madison, Wisconsin, a service of the University of Wisconsin extension.


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