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Analysis and comments on Full of Life, Now. by Walt Whitman

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Comment 6 of 441, added on August 17th, 2010 at 7:33 AM.
Walt Whitman, Full of Life, Now

He seeks for his heirs with the same language and cultural creed. Only or
mainly this kind of persons must understand him enough well so that the
рraze "Fancying how happy you were if I could be with you and become
your comrade;" does sounds direct and believable. The ancestor and the heir
mutually seeks for each other over centuries; great image! How all that
racing after one-minute profit and "success" melts in comparison with this
huge scope! Dear Americans, whether you are the "white", the "black", and
the "bronze", your Great Ancestor is seeking for you just know, my hoping
for me too.


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Comment 5 of 441, added on August 17th, 2010 at 7:33 AM.
Walt Whitman, Full of Life, Now

He seeks for his heirs with the same language and cultural creed. Only or
mainly this kind of persons must understand him enough well so that the
рraze "Fancying how happy you were if I could be with you and become
your comrade;" does sounds direct and believable. The ancestor and the heir
mutually seeks for each other over centuries; great image! How all that
racing after one-minute profit and "success" melts in comparison with this
huge scope! Dear Americans, whether you are the "white", the "black", and
the "bronze", your Great Ancestor is seeking for you just know, my hoping
for me too.


GiorgiK from Georgia, Republic of
Comment 4 of 441, added on August 17th, 2010 at 7:33 AM.
Walt Whitman, Full of Life, Now

He seeks for his heirs with the same language and cultural creed. Only or
mainly this kind of persons must understand him enough well so that the
рraze "Fancying how happy you were if I could be with you and become
your comrade;" does sounds direct and believable. The ancestor and the heir
mutually seeks for each other over centuries; great image! How all that
racing after one-minute profit and "success" melts in comparison with this
huge scope! Dear Americans, whether you are the "white", the "black", and
the "bronze", your Great Ancestor is seeking for you just know, my hoping
for me too.


GiorgiK from Georgia, Republic of
Comment 3 of 441, added on August 17th, 2010 at 6:44 AM.
Walt Whitman, Full of Life, Now

He seeks for his heirs with the same leanguage and cultural creeed. Only or
mainly this kind of persons must understand him enough well so that the
frase "Fancying how happy you were if I could be with you and become your
comrade;" does sounds direct and believable; he seeks for imortality and
only heirs with the same creeed are seen as his intimate representatives up
to undefined future. The anchestor and the heir mutually seeks for each
other over centures; great image! How all that racing after one-minute
frofit and "succsess" melts in comparison with this huge scope! Dear
Americans, whether you are "white","black", "bronze", and so on, your Great
Ancestore,is seeking for you just know, my hoping for me too.


GiorgiK from Georgia, Republic of
Comment 2 of 441, added on February 6th, 2006 at 3:58 PM.

i believe he is saying that even with his death, he stills lives in his
poetry, with every word, he speaks to you through his poetry.

Rafael Herrera from United States

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Information about Full of Life, Now.

Poet: Walt Whitman
Poem: 39. Full of Life, Now.
Volume: Leaves of Grass
- 3. Calamus
Year: 1900
Added: Feb 7 2004
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Poem of the Day: Apr 29 2014


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