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    a watercolor painting of pink clouds

    Carl Sandburg’s “Buffalo Dusk”

    A Visual Interpretation

    By Julian Peters

    November 8, 2019
    • Michael Webster

      Great poem and visual interpretation to keep in mind during the holiday shopping season.

    • D.S. Martin

      Thank you for sharing Julian Peters' envisioning of "Buffalo Dust". I suspect Sandburg would be well pleased.

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    Read Carl Sandburg's Buffalo Dusk here.

    Contributed By JulianPeters Julian Peters

    Julian Peters is an illustrator and comic book artist living in Montreal, Canada, who focuses on adapting classical poems into graphic art. His work has been exhibited internationally and published in several poetry and graphic art collections.

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