Poet Carl Sandburg

American poet and historian

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Jack London And O. Henry

BOTH were jailbirds; no speechmakers at all; speaking best with one foot on a brass rail; a beer glass in the left hand and the right hand employed for gestures.

And both were lights snuffed out... no warning... no lingering:

Who knew the hearts of these boozefighters?



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