AS Adam, early in the morning,
Walking forth from the bower, refresh’d with sleep;
Behold me where I pass—hear my voice—approach,
Touch me—touch the palm of your hand to my Body as I pass;
Be not afraid of my Body. 5

Analysis, meaning and summary of Walt Whitman's poem As Adam, Early in the Morning.

1 Comment

  1. phillip says:

    a poem by walt whitman:
    As Adam Early in the Morning was very good and talks about people should accept their bodies and not care about their age and their looks

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