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Carl Sandburg (1878–1967).  Cornhuskers.  1918.
 
84. Moonset
 
 
LEAVES of poplars pick Japanese prints against the west.
Moon sand on the canal doubles the changing pictures.
      The moon’s good-by ends pictures.
The west is empty. All else is empty. No moon-talk at all now.
      Only dark listening to dark.        5
 

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