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Walt Whitman

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I see great things in baseball.

— Walt Whitman

#sports #baseball

For we cannot tarry here, We must march my darlings, we must bear the brunt of danger, We, the youthful sinewy races, all the rest on us depend, Pioneers! O pioneers!

— Walt Whitman

#poetry #inspirational

O the joy of my spirit--it is uncaged--it darts like lightning! It is not enough to have this globe or a certain time, I will have thousands of globes and all time.

— Walt Whitman

#soul #time #freedom

When I give, I give myself

— Walt Whitman


Of Equality--as if it harm'd me, giving others the same chances and rights as myself--as if it were not indispensable to my own rights that others possess the same.

— Walt Whitman

#philosophy #equality

Remember my words, I may again return, I love you, I depart from materials, I am as one disembodied, triumphant, dead.

— Walt Whitman


poor boy! I never knew you, Yet I think I could not refuse this moment to die for you, if that would save you

— Walt Whitman

#civil-war #compassion #comrade #comradeship #death

Sure as Life holds all parts together, Death holds all parts together.

— Walt Whitman

#tom-mach #walt-whitman #death

I swear I will never mention love or death inside a house, And I swear I never will translate myself at all, only to him or her who privately stays with me in the open air.

— Walt Whitman


I dream in my dream all the dreams of the other dreamers, And I become the other dreamers.

— Walt Whitman


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The work was an attempt at reaching out to the common person with an American epic. By May 1 Whitman received a promotion to a slightly higher clerkship and publiWalt Whitmand Drum-Taps. Another possible lover was Bill Duckett.

His poetry presented an egalitarian view of the races and at one point he called for the abolition of slavery but later he saw the abolitionist movement as a threat to democracy. Walter "Walt" Whitman (May 31 1819 – March 26 1892) was an American poet essayist and journalist. Whitman's major work Leaves of Grass was first publiWalt Whitmand in 1855 with his own money.

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