BORN a million years ago you stay here a million years …
watching the women come and live and be laid away …
you and they thin-gray thin-dusk lovely.
So it goes: either the early morning lights are lovely or the early morning star.
I am glad I have seen racehorses, women, mountains.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Carl Sandburg's poem Blue Ridge

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  1. Samantha says:

    A poem about born blue .
    born blue is just like you ben born in the sky
    that is light blue and some of the world of the book can express your self in the book of born blue.

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