He looked into the trees and saw the changes of life. He felt the grass beneath his feet and felt the bright light of transcendentalism bend to the coming realist currant. Whitman was able to connect to the common people of his day that was new and unusual for intellectuals of his time. His grand notion that the poet and the people shared a mutual relationship changed the way the written word was brought to its readers. His vision was well beyond that of others he shared the world with. Perhaps you share the same vision of the world as Whitman. Perhaps you’ve found your miracle in light and dark.
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