Poems about Jackie
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Published by Vantage Press in New York .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Statementby Hazel, his aunt.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3525.A1445 P6
The Physical Object
Pagination90 p. ;
Number of Pages90
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6157535M
LC Control Number54011894
OCLC/WorldCa13398711

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Jackie Kay was born in Edinburgh in to a Scottish mother and a Nigerian father. She was adopted as a baby by a white Scottish couple, Helen and John Kay, and grew up in Bishopbriggs, a suburb of Glasgow, in a s-built housing estate in a small Wimpey house, which her adoptive parents had bought new in Well, my name is Jackie so that was kinda I can totally relate to your poem except towards a guy of course..I wish some day to have a sweet guy write a poem about poem! emmy this poem is really my very best friend is called i really love her so i wish she would enter the site and recognize. "The Barefoot Book of Classic Poems," compiled and illustrated by Jackie Morris, and with an introduction by Carol Ann Duffy, is a beautiful new collection of poetic masterpieces. The book opens with Emily Dickinson's "A Book" and E.V. Rieu's "The Paintbox," honoring the word and illustration. Jackie Kay MBE (born 9 November ) is a Scottish poet and novelist. Jackie Kay was born in Edinburgh in to a Scottish mother and a Nigerian father. She was adopted as a baby by a white Scottish couple, Helen and John Kay, and grew up in Bishopbriggs, a suburb of Glasgow, in a s-built housing estate in a small Wimpey house, which her.