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    free hips down his side to his hips, I noticed Raja bit his lips as he quivered. I knew this body, and I loved every speck of it. Sitting up, I peered down at the boy who looked back at me with hooded eyes. I lined up my cock with his entrance and eased inside of him. Raja’s breath hitched and he gripped the sheets. He was so tight. He was always tight. His people were naturally smaller than my own bloodline, and I loved that about him. “Toby,” he whispered. It had been awhile since I had heard him call me that. Leaning over him, I pivoted my hips. Raja covered his mouth. I pushed forward, burying myself ball deep into his tight ass. I placed a forearm on either side of him. “Fucking hell.” I kissed the side of his head, breathing heavily. He wrapped his arms around me. “Harder, do it harder.” I laughed softly at his request. “No problem.” Chapter 32 To Hell with…

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    “I celebrate myself.” Walt Whitman’s introduction into Song of Myself sets a distinctive tone for his writing. Whitman’s influenced American in many ways and the driving forces of this influence are disguised within the complexities of his writing. Whitman’s desire was for humans and specifically Americans to be in harmony with the universe, with themselves as individuals, and with each other as a nation and he used his writing to encourage this belief between fellow man. Encompassed in the…

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    “Song of Myself” is to deliver the idea of the self and its individuality. Both are conveyed through Whitman’s words and even questions the reader about their own individuality. Whitman’s poetry is supposed to convey that the reader is not alone, it is important to find one’s self, and their challenges of working on one’s mind. In the poem, “Song of Myself” there is significant amount of detail. Whitman’s writing in this poem is creative because he is talking about himself directly at you, and…

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    In the smaller class, I am more self-conscious about holding a pose longer, or if I lose my balance. Due to the size of the class, it is easy for everyone to see my mistakes. However, I learn more in the advanced class seeing that the instructor has the time to assist each individual. In the yogalates class, I am less self-conscious about other people seeing me make a mistake as I know I will not stand out, since there are more people around me who are also making the same mistakes. Since there…

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    Walt Whitman's Drum-Taps

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    new form, Whitman was able to capture the diversity of the nation and hold it in a single identity. (Price and Folsom 9). Whitman was successfully able to address all of the social issues in his first edition of Leaves of Grass, and continued to expand upon the work. Whitman’s main technique in order to express his views was the utilization of symbolism in his poems. Through the symbolism, he hoped to convey his ideology concerning the oneness, spiritual reality, and fluidity that existed…

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    Song of Myself #6 is an epic poem that speaks of the importance of grass. Through catalogues he expresses many different purposes of grass. However, by the end of the piece, he comes to the realization that grass is essential and a part of the circle of life. Grass grows from the ground in which people who have died are buried, he truly expresses this on page 429 in lines eight and nine, “They are alive and well somewhere, the smallest sprout shows there is really no death.” Through this line of…

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    Finding Self, Whitman’s Way: The One Among the Crowd “The impalpable sustenance of me from all things, at all hours of the day; The simple, compact, well-join’d scheme-myself disintegrated, everyone disintegrated, yet part of the scheme” (Whitman. “Crossing Brooklyn Ferry.). Walt Whitman was a graceful, yet outlaw poet that pushed the boundaries ink and paper. Whitman’s works were a journey of finding self through the natural world and his relation to the world, along with cleaver wording that…

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    My Song of Myself #1 Best-selling musical artist Frank Sinatra presents a beautiful message through his song “My Way”. Throughout the song, Sinatra portrays a man nearing the end of a significant component of his life. Emotional thoughts of leaving this part of him behind are showcased throughout the lyrics and the title of the song. Existentialism, the thought that one should focus on finding their life and life’s meaning through their will, choices, and responsibilities, is the song’s main…

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    Leaves Of Grass Sparknotes

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    American people. The American Bard is, according to Whitman, “the equalizer of his age and land” (1012), who speaks for all without bias or exclusions. In the preface to Leaves of Grass, he says, “The American bards… shall be kosmos… hungry for equals night and day” (1016). The Bard will not express bias towards a certain class, topic, or region. Whitman declares, “What I tell I tell for precisely what it is… What I experience or portray shall go from my composition without a shred of my…

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    like in all fields of the human experience, progress is only made by those intrepid souls who are willing to question the status quo. The instigators of change have always been men who had a higher regard for progress and truth than they did comfort or tradition. In their day, these men were often labeled as heretics, while today we consider them heroes. Walt Whitman’s career as a poet was a lifelong attempt to challenge the conventions of his day that they might evolve into a superior form in…

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