• This is a collection of poems by Walt Whitman.
• The poet associates himself with the birth of the United States.
• Whitman appears to appreciate the divinity in all.
• Whitman uses many overt sexual references.
• Whitman writes a poem about the place of his birth.
• The author speaks of the activities of others.
• Whitman talks about metaphysical topics as well.
• Whitman writes about the experiences he has in his own body.
• Whitman speaks of mortality.
• Whitman writes about being burning up by religion.
• The author pays homage to Manhattan, a city he loves.
• Whitman stresses the importance of living in the now.
• There is a fondness for appreciating all people.
• Whitman warns that not all people are as they seem on the surface.
• A muse beckons Whitman to sing a song that has never been sung before.
• Whitman pays homage to the pioneers...
This section contains 435 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)