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Our words live on long after we are gone. Langston Hughes's poem "I, Too"--published in 1926--still speaks to us in 2016. https://t.co/nvakK7p6uG— Poetry In America (@PoetryInAmerica) September 23, 2016
The die-three-times story focuses on the way we stay alive in the memory of those who remember us. Poetry in America uses the example of Langston Hughes to suggest one of the ways we can strengthen that memory and create it among those who did not know us.