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Harvest Poems

Author : Carl Sandburg
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The great American poet’s essential collection spanning fifty years of verse—with an introduction by Mark Van Doren. With major contributions in the realms of journalism, biography and children’s fiction, Carl Sandburg was a luminary of twentieth-century American literature. But he was first a foremost a poet who transformed the diversity of his experience into powerfully vivid and beloved verse. His many collections won numerous accolades, including two Pulitzer Prizes. This selection of Sandburg’s poems is culled from half a century of output and includes thirteen poems appearing in book form for the first time. As this collection so masterfully demonstrates, “[Sandburg’s poetry] is independent, honest, direct, lyric, and it endures, clamorous and muted, magical as life itself” (New York Times).

Harvest Poems

Author : Carl Sandburg
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The great American poet’s essential collection spanning fifty years of verse—with an introduction by Mark Van Doren. With major contributions in the realms of journalism, biography and children’s fiction, Carl Sandburg was a luminary of twentieth-century American literature. But he was first a foremost a poet who transformed the diversity of his experience into powerfully vivid and beloved verse. His many collections won numerous accolades, including two Pulitzer Prizes. This selection of Sandburg’s poems is culled from half a century of output and includes thirteen poems appearing in book form for the first time. As this collection so masterfully demonstrates, “[Sandburg’s poetry] is independent, honest, direct, lyric, and it endures, clamorous and muted, magical as life itself” (New York Times).

Final Harvest

Author : Emily Dickinson
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Though generally overlooked during her lifetime, Emily Dickinson's poetry has achieved acclaim due to her experiments in prosody, her tragic vision and the range of her emotional and intellectual explorations.

A Spring Harvest

Author : Geoffrey Bache Smith
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The poems of this book were written at very various times, one (“Wind over the Sea”) I believe even as early as 1910, but the order in which they are here given is not chronological beyond the fact that the third part contains only poems written after the outbreak of the war. Of these some were written in England (at Oxford in particular), some in Wales and very many during a year in France from November 1915 to December 1916, which was broken by one leave in the middle of May.“The Burial of Sophocles,” which is here placed at the end, was begun before the war and continued at odd times and in various circumstances afterwards; the final version was sent me from the trenches.Beyond these few facts no prelude and no envoi is needed other than those here printed as their author left them.J. R. R. T.

Harvest

Author : Evelyn Clarke
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Kwamra a Season of Harvest

Author : Russell Soaba
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Harvest

Author : Ruth Firestone Brin
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Brings back into print a collection of poetry and prayers widely used in contemporary Jewish religion.

Harvest

Author : Mary Menges Myers
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Blue Harvest

Author : Frances Frost
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Winter Harvest

Author : Virginia Robinson French
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"...I'll let the sun fuse my body to the earth, and gather warmth. I'll heed a simple sermon, and gather faith. I'll hold my dear ones near me, and gather love. Then if the time should come, per chance, When all these treasures seem beyond my reach, I'll dip into the secret of my mind, And find them, where I tucked them On another day." -An excerpt from "Ingathering"