Poet: Carl Sandburg
Volume: Smoke and Steel
- IX. Haze
Year: Published/Written in 1922
Poem of the Day:
Mar 6 2012
Comment 2 of 2, added on May 31st, 2013 at 5:10 PM.
Hello 2s I am Chloe from 6d and I think your poems were very good.You all did really well when you was prinoemrfg your poems.Did you enjoy it?Next time maybe you could all try and speak a bit louder.From Chloe.
Comment 1 of 2, added on October 18th, 2005 at 10:55 PM.
This short poem, almost as short as "Haiku", reveals Sandburg's knowledge of the subject, his depth of feeling, and (being written in 1922) is obviously a "lament", for the great loss of the American Bison.
Actually, this poem is not far from Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring", is it??
An un-biased, outside observer (say, an extra-terrestrial) would be well-founded in concluding that the human race is a "cancer" upon this planet...
-Mark Tulk Bright Moon
18 OCT 05
Mark Tulk Bright Moon
from United States
Are you looking for more information on this poem? Perhaps you are trying to analyze it? The poem, Buffalo Dusk, has received 2 comments. Click here to read them, and perhaps post a comment of your own.