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'Chicago' by Carl Sandburg
   has the opening lines   
Hog Butcher for the World, Tool Maker, Stacker of Wheat...
1878-1967
Carl Sandburg
   was born on   
January 6, 1878
American poet
Carl Sandburg
   lifespan was   
1878-1967
American poet
Carl Sandburg
   wrote   
Fog
"The fog comes on little cat feet. It sits looking …"
Carl Sandburg
   wrote   
Chicago
"Hog butcher for the World, Tool Maker, Stacker of Wheat"
Carl Sandburg
   wrote   
Our Prayer of Thanks
"For the gladness here where the sun is shining at evening on the weeds at the river"
Carl Sandburg
   wrote   
The Junk Man
"I am glad God saw Death and gave Death a job taking care of all who are tired of living"
Carl Sandburg
   wrote   
Languages
"There are no handles upon a language whereby men take hold of it and mark it with signs for its remembrance"
Carl Sandburg
   wrote   
The Road and the End
"I shall foot it down the roadway in the dusk"
Carl Sandburg
   wrote   
To a Dead Man
"Over the dead line we have called to you to come across with a word for us"
"your Song Dies and Changes and is Not Here Tomorrow Any More Than the Wind Blowing Ten Thousand Years Ago"
   are the closing lines of   
Languages by Carl Sandburg
"Whether Love Talks and Roses Grow and the Sun Breaks at Morning Splattering the Sea With Crimson"
   are the closing lines of   
To a Dead Man by Carl Sandburg
"The Dust of the Travelled Road Shall Touch My Hands and Face"
   are the closing lines of   
The Road and the End by Carl Sandburg
"How Glad the Clock is Then, when It Feels the Arms of the Junk Man Close Around It a Carry It Away"
   are the closing lines of   
The Junk Man by Carl Sandburg
"A Lincoln Portrait"
   was released by   
Carl Sandburg
1960 - Best Spoken Word Album
Abraham Lincoln: The War Years
   was written by   
Carl Sandburg
1940
Carl Sandburg
   wrote   
Chicago Poems
1916
Carl Sandburg
   wrote   
Cornhuskers
Pulitizer Prize for Poetry, 1918
Carl Sandburg
   wrote   
In Reckless Ecstasy
1904
Carl Sandburg
   wrote   
Slabs of the Sunburnt West
1922
Carl Sandburg
   wrote   
Good Morning, America
1928
Complete Poems
   was written by   
Carl Sandburg
Harcourt, 1951
Carl Sandburg
   wrote   
Fog
"The fog comes on little cat feet."
Carl Sandburg
   said   
"Poetry is an Echo, Asking a Shadow to Dance"
American poet






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