Out of the cradle endlessly rocking By: Walt Whitman
The phrase Out of the cradle endlessly rocking gives the notion that once you leave child hood, or the cradle, you are continuously moving, in a flux, in a sense endlessly rocking. This is a very good title to this poem because it gets to the point of the poem, that once life starts, it is constant, and will not stop no matter what you do, or what happens. The speaker in this poem is a boy (who I believe is the author as a child). The speaker shows the idea of innocence, the cradle. As the poem progresses finds a family of birds nesting in a tree by his house, one day one day he notices th…
- Brave New World, Aldous Huxley, Chando and Wittus, 1964 (originally published in 1932), 213 pp.
- Out of the cradle endlessly rocking By: Walt Whitman
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