STILL, though the one I sing,
(One, yet of contradictions made,) I dedicate to Nationality,
I leave in him Revolt, (O latent right of insurrection! O quenchless, indispensable fire!)

Analysis, meaning and summary of Walt Whitman's poem Still, though the One I Sing.


  1. CAterina says:

    this poem was awesome!! It inspired me to do something spontaneous!!

  2. jaspreet says:

    this poem really tought my hearts……

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