Tomorrow’s bread

Langston Hughes - Tomorrow - “I do not need my freedom when I’m dead… I cannot live on tomorrow’s bread”

Langston Hughes was an American poet, novelist, and playwright whose African-American themes made him a primary contributor to the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s.

“I do not need my freedom when I’m dead… I cannot live on tomorrow’s bread”

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Langston Hughes - Tomorrow - “I do not need my freedom when I’m dead… I cannot live on tomorrow’s bread”

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jazzfeathers
I was born, raised and I still live near Verona (Italy), though I worked for a time in Dublin. I started writing fantasy stories as a kid. Today I’m a bookseller who reads fantasy, history, mythology, anthropology and lots of speculative fiction. Somehow, all of this has found its way into my own dieselpunk stories.

5 Comments on "Tomorrow’s bread"

  1. I like this quote – poignant and profound.
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  2. Sounds like an apt quote for a writer 😉

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