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Found By Words #poetry

Like a waterfall

on a hidden retreat

or the gravel that crunches

beneath weary feet

poetry jangles the soul

like a brass bell

that has been pulled… 72 more words


Carl Sandburg

Carl Sandburg follows Robert Frost in The Voice that is Great Within Us. I do not have much to say about the particular poems of his that are therein gathered: general notes will have to suffice. 282 more words


On my way...

“I’m an idealist. I don’t know where I’m going, but I’m on my way.” — Carl Sandburg



Truth be told, I’m a recalcitrant pain in the ass. Ask anyone who has known me for more than 30 seconds, and they will agree to, at the very least, a certain degree of stubbornness, bullheadedness or, if they’re being kind, tenaciousness. 724 more words


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At a Window

Carl Sandburg

Give me hunger,

O you gods that sit and give

The world its orders.

Give me hunger, pain and want, 102 more words


Autumn Movement by Carl Sandburg

Like Emily Dickinson, Carl Sandburg always strikes me as a little too cynical.  I could be wrong about that.  His observations, though, are excellent.  We find more of those observations in “Autumn Movement”. 71 more words


The Sandburgs of Harbert

(Harbert, Michigan) Jack Dempsey, President of the Michigan Historical Commission, traveled to Harbert Community Park Saturday August 15, 2015 to join in the dedication of the  282 more words