Silver Wind

 Excerpt of a poem by Carl Sandburg:

 

Do you know how the dream looms?  how if summer

       Misses one of  us  the  two of us miss summer—

So I shall look for you…

In the listening  tops  of  the  hickories,  in  the  wind

       Motions of the hickory shingle leaves, in the imi-

       tations of the slow sea water on the shingle silver

       in the wind—

                  I shall look for you.

 

“Silver Wind” by Carl Sandburg from Smoke and Steel.  ©Harcourt, Brace, and Howe, Inc., 1920.  This excerpt as seen on a portrait of Sandburg in Hendersonville, NC, with lines arranged here as originally published.  MBH 

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