Carl Sandburg's poem "Chicago" turns 100 this month.
In March 1914, Poetry magazine published the work, and introduced the world to the "City of Big Shoulders". While we may no longer be "hog butcher for the world", Chicago's profile continues to fascinate, divide, welcome and challenge visitors and residents. So what does the city look like to you, 100 years after Sandburg's homage?
Thanks to all the many poets out there who submitted your work about what Chicago means to you. We have a winner! You can hear the winning poem Friday morning on Morning Shift.
Thank you for sharing your Chicago with us, and specials thanks to our judges Hannah Gamble, Nate Marshall and Anthony Madrid.