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Let us suppose him differently placed
In wider fields than these bounded by bayous
And the fringes of moss-hung trees
Over which, in lazy spirals, the carancros soar and dip.


Title:     Let Us Suppose
Author:    Brown, Sterling A.
Publication:     Opportunity, Journal of Negro Life
Date:     September, 1935

Publisher:     National Urban League
Type:     Poem

Listed Under:
African Americans
Permissions:     Permission granted for non-commercial, educational purposes by the National Urban League

Notes:     Vol. 13, No. 9, p. 281