NOW, dearest comrade, lift me to your face,
We must separate awhile—Here! take from my lips this kiss.
Whoever you are, I give it especially to you;
So long!—And I hope we shall meet again.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Walt Whitman's poem To the Reader at Parting.

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