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Carl Sandburg - Remembered Women

FOR a woman’s face remembered as a spot of quick light on the flat land of dark night,
For this memory of one mouth and a forehead they go on in the gray rain and the mud, they go on among the boots and guns.
The horizon ahead is a thousand fang flashes, it is a row of teeth that bite on the flanks of night, the horizon sings of a
new kill and a big kill.
The horizon behind is a wall of dark etched with a memory, fixed with a woman’s face—they fight on and on, boots in
the mud and heads in the gray rain—for the women they hate and the women they love—for the women they left behind,
they fight on.

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Poet: Carl Sandburg
Poem: 10. Remembered Women
Volume: Cornhuskers
- Shenandoah
Year: Published/Written in 1918
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