"Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking" as an Example of Romanticism
Romantic poetry takes interest in nature expressing emotion and imagination. The Walt Whitman poem is an example of this portraying Walt Whitman as a boy who through observing nature learns life's greatest lessons and how to express emotion to become a poet. He observes the oceans tides and the love and loss of the birds. Alongside the male bird, he learns of death and the movement of life through the tides.
Walt Whitman's poem puts a heavy emphasis on the description of nature, especially the sea and that makes it romantic. …
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