Shall we pray? Shall we venerate and become ceremonious? (part 20)

Shall we pray? Shall we venerate and become ceremonious? (part 20)

Although he usually challenges faith in “Song of Myself, ” it is critical to keep in mind that this really is a spiritual poem in several ways, and Whitman seems he has got discovered through the planet’s religions. He’s got drunk deeply of Christian a few some some ideas like divine mysteries and significance of faith and hope. He’s got great faith in the region of the globe and will not think, like Shakespeare’s atheistic Macbeth, that the entire world is simply a large scam.

I will be the poet of this physical human body, And I will be the poet regarding the Soul.

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