Howl, and Other Poems - Transcription of Organ Music Summary & Analysis

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Transcription of Organ Music Summary

Ginsberg talks here of enjoying the simple, quiet beauty of a home, flowers, a garden, and the simple things in life. He also talks of the joy of a first sexual experience and the joy of poetry. He relates to the reader that he wants people to know that he has seen the presence of the Creator. He talks of the Creator giving him a sense of His presence, to satisfy Ginsberg's yearning for Him. Ginsberg shows in this poem that he is not rich financially, but sees the other riches he does have.

Transcription of Organ Music Analysis

The theme of this poem is GRATITUDE. Ginsberg shows here that a person can wont for money and still be happy. He shows the reader, in this poem, that joy can be found in a simple home and...

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