Fourth of July Night Poem

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 Fourth of July Night

                                                                                             Written by :-Carl Sandburg
The little boat at anchor in black water sat murmuring to the tall black sky
A white sky bomb fizzed on a black line.
A rocket hissed it’s red signature into the west.
Now a shower of Chinese fire alphabets,
A cry of flower pots broken in flames,
A long curve to a purple spray, three violet balloons—
Drips of seaweed tangled in gold, shimmering symbols of mixed numbers,
Tremulous arrangements of cream gold folds of a bride’s wedding gown—
A few sky bombs spoke their pieces, then velvet dark.
The little boat at anchor in black water sat murmuring to the tall black sky.

Fourth of july night poem

The above Fourth of July night poem is written by Carl Sandburg. It is one of the most patriotic poem which deeply touch the feeling of freedom.

In United States Of America, 4th of July is celebrated as Independence Day. As July 4, 1776 is that auspicious day for United States Of America when it declared itself independent from the Kingdom of Great Britain.

Since July 4, 1776 every year the day 4th of July has been celebrated as the birth of American independence, with the celebration taking grandeur look which is well complemented with parades, fireworks, carnivals, fairs, picnics, concerts, family reunions, barbecues and political gatherings and speeches.

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