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  1. Gojind says:
    Walt Whitman - I sing the body electric, The armies of those I love engirth me and I engirth them, They will not let me off till I go with them, respond to them.
  2. Tojara says:
    "The Twilight Zone" I Sing the Body Electric (TV Episode ) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
  3. Kigakree says:
    I Sing the Body Electric is a famous poem by Walt Whitman, one of the twelve poems which comprised the first edition of Leaves of Grass (/67).
  4. Vozuru says:
    Print and download in PDF or MIDI I Sing the Body Electric - Michael Gore. Free Sheet music for Voice. Made by Julie Boniger.
  5. Vokora says:
    I Sing the Body Electric Lyrics: I sing the body electric / I celebrate the me yet to come / I toast to my own reunion / When I become one with the sun / And I'll look back on Venus / I'll look.
  6. Mazugami says:
    I Sing the Body Electric, poem by Walt Whitman, published without a title in Leaves of Grass ( edition), later appearing as “Poem of the Body,” and acquiring its present title in The poem is a paean to the human form in all its manifestations of soundness. The respective vigours of male and female, youth and age are equally celebrated, and ultimately the body is equated with the.
  7. Grorn says:
    I Sing the Body Electric is the title of a poem by Walt Whitman, which is where Pitchford found the inspiration. In a Songfacts interview, he explained how it came together: "I wrote the first verse in the course of a walk that I was making from my apartment to a friend's dinner party.
  8. Mujinn says:
    To send him off with a special dedication, a star-studded ensemble performed "I Sing the Body Electric," the energetic anthem off the soundtrack for the film Fame. "For 40 years, there has.
  9. Shaktikazahn says:
    This makes “Body Electric” one of his more highly structured poems. Just as various organs and features come together in the greater structure of the human body, so too do the various bits and pieces of Whitman’s poetry come together in a greater whole. Commentary. Whitman prizes the body most for its generative qualities.

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