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Vachel Lindsay (1879)

Lindsay was an American poet who, in an attempt to revive poetry as an oral art form of the common people, traveled the country reciting his poems in return for food and shelter. He first received wider recognition for 1913's "General William Booth Enters into Heaven," about the founder of the Salvation Army. His works are known for their strong, musical rhythms and vivid imagery. Despite his popularity, he was crushed by personal and financial worries and committed suicide by drinking what? More...
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Vachel Lindsay (1879)
Lindsay was an American poet who, in an attempt to revive poetry as an oral art form of the common people, traveled the country reciting his poems in return for food and shelter. He first received wider recognition for 1913's "General William Booth Enters into Heaven," about the founder of the Salvation Army. His works are known for their strong, musical rhythms and vivid imagery.
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... water, of course. Don't believe in press account about substance used to commit suicide as it usually is (and should) be made unknown to prevent - or at least make it more strenuous - another suicide.

Instead of thinking about what he drank, think about the lives of his children and wife made harder.
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an American poet

with my pleasure
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Rest in peace, your tired mind and feet.
The hurt of temporal defeat,
Means nothing to your accomplished feat.
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