I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did,
but people will never forget how you made them feel.
“Maya Angelou was born on 4th April 1928 at Marguerite Annie Johnson. She was an American poet, singer, civil rights activist and a memoirist (a person who tell stories of life).
Angelou’s wrote many books, several poems and poetries, she received dozens of awards and fifty honorary degrees. She is best known among their people for her memoir ” I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” in 1969. Among them, she was well popular for her 7 autobiographies written on her childhood and early adult experiences.
Angelou’s nightclub act gain popularity when she published her first album “Miss Calypso”, in 1957.Angelou died on May 28, 2014, in the morning. She found death by her nurse. Her poor health failure of the respiratory system can cause her to death.
Tributes to Maya Angelou were paid by the world leaders, artist, entertainers including President Bill Clinton, and President Barack Obama, whose sister was named after Angelou.
Today world is celebrating her 90th birthday. She was a great woman, having a wonderful presence and an inspirational light in this crazy world. People remember her reciting today as yesterday. Her legacy is strong, shine and filled with life.
People thankful for your words flowed out like sun sweet nectar to worlds seeking nourishing, sustaining, renewal, healing, excuse, loving, peace, gratitude, warmth, endurance, power… So many worlds between ears all were touched by your words.
‘You may shoot me with your words. You may cut me with your eyes.
You may kill me with your hatefulness. But still, like air, I’ll rise.