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Honey and salt

Author: Carl Sandburg
Publisher: New York : Harcourt, Brace & World, ©1963.
Edition/Format:   Book : Poetry : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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A collection of seventy-seven "poems of the prairies, poems on the nature of love, poems about many other topics, and a. . . [long] chanting poem, 'Timesweep,' about many incarnations of life over the ages."
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Genre/Form: American poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Sandburg, Carl, 1878-1967.
Honey and salt.
New York : Harcourt, Brace & World, c1963
(OCoLC)570082487
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carl Sandburg
ISBN: 0151421706 9780151421701
OCLC Number: 2996646
Notes: Poems.
Description: xi, 111 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Honey and salt --
Pass, Friend --
Alone and not alone --
Wingtip --
Love is a deep and a dark and a lonely --
Almanac --
Biography --
Anecdote of hemlock for two Athenians --
Dreaming fool --
Lief the lucky --
Bird footprint --
Cahokia --
Buyers and sellers --
City number --
Chromo --
The evening sunsets witness and pas on --
Deep sea wandering --
Call the next witness --
Early copper --
Atlas, how have you been? --
Cheap rent --
Elm buds --
Child face --
Fog numbers --
Evening questions --
Fifty-fifty --
Evening sea wind --
Forgotten wars --
God is no gentleman --
Hunger and cold --
Foxgloves --
Harvest --
Fame if not fortune --
Impasse --
Is wisdom a lot of language? --
Keepsake boxes --
Impossible iambics --
Lackawanna twilight --
If so hap may be --
Kisses, can you come back like ghosts? --
Lake Michigan morning --
New weather --
Lesson --
Metamorphosis --
Love beyond keeping --
Moods --
Moon rondeau --
Litte word, little white bird --
Offering and rebuff --
Morning glory blue --
High moments --
Mummy --
Old hokusai print --
One parting --
Ever a seeker --
Old music for quiet hearts --
Personalia --
The gong of time --
Prairie woodland --
Shadows fall blue on the mountains --
Quotations --
Skyscrapers stand proud --
Pool of Bethesda --
First sonata for Karlen Paula --
Thou art like a flower --
Solo for Saturday night guitar --
Rose bawn --
Speech --
Runaway colors --
Our of the rainbow end --
Sun dancer --
Themes in contrast --
Two fish --
Smoke shapes --
Three shrines --
Variations on a theme --
Timesweep.
Responsibility: Carl Sandburg.

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A collection of seventy-seven "poems of the prairies, poems on the nature of love, poems about many other topics, and a. . . [long] chanting poem, 'Timesweep,' about many incarnations of life over the ages."

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