Weekends with Whitman — Inscriptions

Inscriptions is the first section of Leaves of Grass, 24 poems that presumably prepare the reader for the rest of the volume. Whitman opens with One's-Self I Sing, and As I Ponder'd in Silence by sharing his belief in and the intended breadth of his work. He believes he doesn't just talk about himself--his poetry is a song about and for all of humanity. Not only that, he believes his writing is part of an age-old cause, a battle in an ancient and ongoing war...

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