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A Thorn in the West Wing is a thorn Maggie will carry in her side forever; but yet knowing the sun will shine in the morning. Remembering the struggles in the west wing of the ole two roomed shack back in a formidable woods bring back good times and bad times. The west wing of the house is where she was taught to become a strong young lady although she was only seven-years-old; she learned everything there was to know about cooking, gardening and helping at hog killing time and to make homemade sausages etc. Maggie was born to sharecropping parents in Mount Andrew, Alabama; growing up in a segregated community in a time and place didn't stop Maggie from learning the ways of the south such as learning to work in the cotton fields, read at the age of three and to conquer her fears she began to write poetry after hearing tall tales this caused her imagination to run wild. Through her veins the idiom of her ancestors began to speak in dialect and she began to listen and obeyed his word; thus said the Lord. Maggie continues to write until this day conquering the speech of vernacular making her the first in her family's history to become one of the dialectal writers in her day. Many off her ancestors has gone on parting the clouds and paving the way for her to continue her journey while the voices echoes in her veins. Many generations hath gone on and another generation cometh!
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