Black History Feature: Robert Hayden’s The Ballad of Nat Turner

February 21, 2015 Hello again….Today’s Black History Feature is The Ballad of Nat Turner by Robert Hayden. Enjoy the rest of your weekend, be blessed. image courtesy of bahaiteachings.org The Ballad of Nat Turner BY ROBERT HAYDEN Then fled, O brethren, the wicked juba        and wandered wandered far from curfew joys in the Dismal’s night.        Fool of St. Elmo’s fire In scary night I wandered, praying,        Lord God my harshener, speak to me now or let me die;        speak, Lord, to this mourner. And came at length to livid trees        where Ibo warriors hung shadowless, … Continue reading Black History Feature: Robert Hayden’s The Ballad of Nat Turner