Identity In Walt Whitman's Song Of Myself

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The name of the poem that I am about to write about is called the Song of Myself. The author of the poem the Song of Myself is Walt Whitman. Walt Whitman was born on May 31, 1819 in a town called West Hills, NY. He passed away on March 26, 1892 in a town called Camden, NJ. Walt Whitman states that he is thirty seven years young. He also says that he is in perfect shape and he is in perfect shape to overcome anything that comes towards his way. The poem Song of Myself is celebrating the human self. It celebrates it in the most spontaneous, all embracing way. In the poem, it observes and it also interacts with everything over time. The main point of this poem is speaking about the sacredness of the whole universe, and it talks about the human…show more content…
The moral of this poem Song of Myself is that the identity of people is short but very transcendent. The tone of the poem Song of Myself is very joyous and outgoing. This literary work has impacted me because it shows me that I can write about myself if I want to. It also has impacted me because of how he writes about himself, and how he lives, and what he does throughout his life. The expression that I got from this poem is that he enjoys writing about himself. He also doesn't care what anyone has to say. I also got the expression from the poem that he had enjoyed his life, and the way that he had lived it. Houses and rooms are full of perfumes; the shelves are crowded with perfumes (Walt Whitman, 2013, p.1025) this line is significant to me because in my house in my bedroom I have a shelf full of different kinds of perfumes so I connected with that line. Another line that is significant to me is The feeling of health, the full-noon trill, the song of me rising from bed and meeting the sun (Walt Whitman, 2013, p.1025) this line is significant to me because of every morning that I have to get up I see the sun through my
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