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Walt Whitman Quote: “As soon as histories are properly told there is no more need of romances.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “Great is life... and real and mystical... wherever and whoever, Great is death... Sure as life holds all parts together, death holds all parts together; Sure as the stars return again after they merge on the light, death is as great as life.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “It is not they who give the life, it is you who give the life, Leaves are not more shed from the trees, or trees from the earth, than they are shed out of you.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “At times it has been doubtful to me if Emerson really knows or feels what Poetry is at its highest, as in the Bible, for instance, or Homer or Shakspeare. I see he covertly or plainly likes best superb verbal polish, or something old or odd.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “I have sometimes thought that the laws ought not to punish those actions of evil which are committed when the senses are steeped in intoxication.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “I say you shall yet find the friend you were looking for.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “But the people are ungrammatical, untidy, and their sins gaunt and ill-bred.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “I do not say these things for a dollar, or to fill up the time while I wait for a boat;.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “The only purport of the form thou art, the real I myself, An image, an eidolon.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “I do not call one greater and one smaller, that which fills it period and place is equal to any.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “Are you the new person drawn toward me? 
To begin with, take warning, I am surely far different from what you suppose; 
Do you suppose you will find in me your ideal? 
Do you think it so easy to have me become your lover? 
Do you think the friendship of me would be unalloy’d satisfaction? 
Do you think I am trusty and faithful? 
Do you see no further than this façade, this smooth and tolerant manner of me? 
Do you suppose yourself advancing on real ground toward a real heroic man? 
Have you no thought, O dreamer, that it may be all maya, illusion?”
Walt Whitman Quote: “The new rule shall rule as the soul rules, and as the love and justice and equality that are in the soul rule.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “Poetic style, when address’d to the Soul, is less definite form, outline, sculpture, and becomes vista, music, half-tints, and even less than half- tints. True, it may be architecture; but again it may be the forest wild-wood, or the best effects thereof, at twilight, the waving oaks and cedars in the wind, and the impalpable odor.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “I will leave all and come and make the hymns of you, None has understood you, but I understand you, None has done justice to you, you have not done justice to yourself, None but has found you imperfect, I only find no imperfection in you, None but would subordinate you, I only am he who will never consent to subordinate you, I only am he who places over you no master, owner, better, God, beyond what waits intrinsically in yourself.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “After all, the great lesson is that no special natural sights – not Alps, Niagara, Yosemite or anything else – is more grand or more beautiful than the ordinary sunrise and sunset, earth and sky, the common trees and grass.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “I say no body of men are fit to make Presidents, judges and generals, unless they themselves supply the best specimens of the same; and that supplying one or two such specimens illuminates the whole body for a thousand years.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “Or I guess the grass is itself a child, the produced babe of the vegetation.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “Has any one supposed it lucky to be born?”
Walt Whitman Quote: “The cleanest expression is that which finds no sphere worthy of itself, and makes one.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “Some people are so much sunlight to the square inch. I am still bathing in the cheer he radiated.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “Although this poetry collection was first published in 1855, when Whitman was 36 years old, the poet spent his whole life revising the poems in several editions.”
Walt Whitman Quote: “Remember, fear not, be candid, promulge the body and the soul, Dwell a while and pass on, be copious, temperate, chaste, magnetic, And what you effuse may then return as the seasons return, And may be just as much as the seasons.”
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