Sandburg’s “Fog” and the Imagist Movement

Out of all of the poems written by Carl Sandburg, an early twentieth-century poet of the Imagist school, “Fog” may be his most famous. This may seem surprising; it’s a deceptively simple poem, only six lines long, with no real discernible meter or rhyme scheme. However, the significance of this poem lies not only in … Read moreSandburg’s “Fog” and the Imagist Movement