Chickens Coming Home

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Malcolmx - Leaving The Nation
... President Kennedy, Malcolm X said that it was a case of "chickens coming home to roost" ... He added that "chickens coming home to roost never did make me sad they've always made me glad." The New York Times wrote, "in further criticism of Mr ... These, he said, were instances of other 'chickens coming home to roost'." The remarks prompted a widespread public outcry ...

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    Whose coming may give revel
    Beyond revelries of sleep,
    Yes, and the blackbird spread its tail,
    So that the sun may speckle,
    While it creaks hail.
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