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Maya Angelou Love Poems

Maya’s lyrics is simple and close to every reader who starts discovering her literary works. The beauty of each line is in its deep meaning which is revealed in a clear explanation. Maya’s poems are bright, positive, and philosophical. Also, her authenticity refers to the real life experience that the writer had in her personal relationship. Maya’s poems can be divided into separate quotes which can serve as a hymn for the beloved:

“Love is like a virus.

It can happen to anybody at any time.”

It should be stated that Maya Angelou became best known for the series of her autobiographies that impressed the readers by revealing the secrets and unique stories about her childhood and early love life. Her poems have lots of autobiographical episodes when she addresses the man she is in love with. Her confession is sincere and kind:

“When you come to me, unbidden,

Beckoning me

To long-ago rooms,

Where memories lie…

I cry.”

It is clear that Maya cries because of happiness. She adores the spiritual connections which appears between men and women because it invokes awe-inspiring feelings.

Another aspect of her intimate poetry is the respect for gender equality. She tried to promote love for the Human who is not divided by race or gender. Since her works were considered the anthems of African Americans, she was known as the black woman’s poet laureate. She continues to inspire millions of women to love yourself no matter what others say:

“Cause I’m a woman


Phenomenal woman,

That’s me.”

Here is a list of Maya Angelou Love poems

  1. Remembrance
  2. When You Come
  3. A Conceit
  4. Passing Time
  5. Touched