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  • Poem

    Men say they know many things;
    But lo! they have taken wings—
    The arts and sciences,
    And a thousand appliances;
    The wind that blows
    Is all that any body knows.

    ~ Henry David Thoreau

    (in context)

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What, Sandburg Again?

Posted by Matthew on March 1, 2007

I know, I know, I’ve already used a Sandburg poem for the Daily Poem, but apparently I like him more than I thought. Perhaps that puts him in the front of the race to be first poet of the month, here at The Daily, or even at LitSpace. Who knows?

Speaking of LitSpace, I will unveil the first Short Story of the Month later today (the link will be added to the previous phrase when it is available). Be there, or be square.

Poem: Lost, by Carl Sandburg
Thoreau: March 1, 1838


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