John G. Neihardt
(8 Jan 1881 - 24 Nov 1973)
American writer and poet whose short stories featured the history of American Indians, with many on the Sioux. His narratives also included pioneering heroes of the frontier.
Science Quotes by John G. Neihardt (1 quote)
Once in a cycle the comet
Doubles its lonesome track.
Enriched with the tears of a thousand years,
Aeschylus wanders back.
— John G. Neihardt
In 'The Poets Town', Part XII, The Forum (Nov 1910), 44, 531.