Poetry Review: “The South Wind Says So” by Carl Sandburg

Some long-time readers of MontanaWriter may remember that last summer, coming home from a family vacation in The Smoky Mountains, Sue and I visited Carl Sandburg’s birthplace in Galesburg, Illinois. Moved by the experience I purchased a volume of Sandburg’s complete poems the following … Continue reading

Poetry Review: “Chicago Poet” by Carl Sandburg

In honor of National Poetry Month, MontanaWriter is featuring poems about poets, poetry, and writing poetry.  At the half-way point of National Poetry Month, moisture has finally come to the North Country. The much drier than normal winter and early spring have … Continue reading

Poetry Review: “Flat Lands” by Carl Sandburg

I have been thinking lately of poems about stars… or poems where lines about stars figure prominently. There are many. For the month of November, MontanaWriter will be featuring a few old and new favorite-poems about stars (“old” and “new” favorites for … Continue reading