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What does "my soul has grown deep like the rivers" mean in Langston Hughes poem, "The Negro Speaks of Rivers"?
"my soul has grown deep like the rivers" mean in Langston Hughes poem, "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" that just like rivers that deepen their beds by cutting channels through earth and rock, black men and women deepen their knowledge, [ wisdom and character by persevering through trials and tribulations. Their experiences build a collective consciousness that flows, like a river, from one
generation to the next. ]
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