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Battle-Flags Of Illinois
Harriet Monroe
Through the red dusk of war they flew From Shiloh to the sea. Black fumes from shattered bolts that blew Withered the colors three, And crimson r...Rate it:

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The Illinois Village
Vachel Lindsay
O you who lose the art of hope, Whose temples seem to shrine a lie, Whose sidewalks are but stones of fear, Who weep that Liberty must die, Tur...Rate it:

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The Angel and the Clown
Vachel Lindsay
I saw wild domes and bowers And smoking incense towers And mad exotic flowers In Illinois. Where ragged ditches ran Now springs of Heaven bega...Rate it:

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To the United States Senate
Vachel Lindsay
And must the Senator from Illinois Be this squat thing, with blinking, half-closed eyes? This brazen gutter idol, reared to power Upon a leering...Rate it:

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As A Strong Bird On Pinious Free
Walt Whitman
AS a strong bird on pinions free, Joyous, the amplest spaces heavenward cleaving, Such be the thought I'd think to-day of thee, America, ...Rate it:

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1861
Walt Whitman
ARM’D year! year of the struggle! No dainty rhymes or sentimental love verses for you, terrible year! Not you as some pale poetling, seated at a ...Rate it:

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Ad Cattonum
Ambrose Bierce
I know not, Mr. Catton, who you are, Nor very clearly why; but you go far To show that you are many things beside A Chilean Consul with a tempting ...Rate it:

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Ain't That The Blues
Kurt Philip Behm
She’s familiar, aint that the blues Sleeping beside her, I always knew Chipped beef on Monday, Thursday cold stew Dishes piled high, pay...Rate it:

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Alix
Carl Sandburg
The mare Alix breaks the world’s trotting record one day. I see her heels flash down the dust of an Illinois race track on a summer afternoon. I se...Rate it:

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An Indian Summer Day on the Prairie
Vachel Lindsay
(IN THE BEGINNING) The sun is a huntress young, The sun is a red, red joy, The sun is an indian girl, Of the tribe of the Illinois. (MID-MORNI...Rate it:

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Baltic Fog Notes
Carl Sandburg
Seven days all fog, all mist, and the turbines pounding through high seas. I was a plaything, a rat’s neck in the teeth of a scuffling mastiff. Fog...Rate it:

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Bryan, Bryan, Bryan, Bryan
Vachel Lindsay
I In a nation of one hundred fine, mob-hearted, lynching, relenting, repenting millions, There are plenty of sweeping, swinging, stinging, gorgeo...Rate it:

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Farmer Whipple--Bachelor
James Whitcomb Riley
It's a mystery to see me--a man o' fifty-four, Who's lived a cross old bachelor fer thirty year' and more-- A-lookin' glad and smilin'! And they's ...Rate it:

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Fellow Citizens
Carl Sandburg
I drank musty ale at the Illinois Athletic Club with the millionaire manufacturer of Green River butter one night And his face had the shining l...Rate it:

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From My Last Years
Walt Whitman
FROM my last years, last thoughts I here bequeath, Scatter'd and dropt, in seeds, and wafted to the West, Through moisture of Ohio, prairie s...Rate it:

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Hannah Armstrong
Edgar Lee Masters
I wrote him a letter asking him for old times' sake To discharge my sick boy from the army; But maybe he couldn't read it. Then I went to town and ...Rate it:

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John Wasson
Edgar Lee Masters
Oh! the dew-wet grass of the meadow in North Carolina Through which Rebecca followed me wailing, wailing, One child in her arms, and three that ran...Rate it:

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King Arthur's Men Have Come Again
Vachel Lindsay
[Written while a field-worker in the Anti-Saloon League of Illinois.] King Arthur's men have come again. They challenge everywhere The foes of C...Rate it:

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Kingston Mines
Kurt Philip Behm
If all Philosophy is a footnote to Plato Then all Rock & Roll —is but a tribute to the Blues (Chicago Illinois: August, 1994)Rate it:

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Metempsychosis [Once with Christ he entered Salem]
Ambrose Bierce
Once with Christ he entered Salem, Once in Moab bullied Balaam, Once by Apuleius staged He the pious much enraged. And, again, his head, as beaver,...Rate it:

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New Whispers
Kurt Philip Behm
Sometimes, in the shadows of the early morning light Resting in the shade, awaiting the beginning  And hiding from the end of all th...Rate it:

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On Reading Omar Khayyam
Vachel Lindsay
[During an anti-saloon campaign, in central Illinois.] In the midst of the battle I turned, (For the thunders could flourish without me) And hid...Rate it:

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On the Building of Springfield
Vachel Lindsay
Let not our town be large, remembering That little Athens was the Muses' home, That Oxford rules the heart of London still, That Florence gave t...Rate it:

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Rebecca Wasson
Edgar Lee Masters
Spring and Summer, Fall and Winter and Spring, After each other drifting, past my window drifting! And I lay so many years watching them drift and ...Rate it:

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Roy Butler
Edgar Lee Masters
If the learned Supreme Court of Illinois Got at the secret of every case As well as it does a case of rape It would be the greatest court in the wo...Rate it:

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