Leaves of Grass
by Walt Whitman

Although the owrds do not rhyme, this book qualifies as poetry because new lines of text start before the previous lines are full, some new lines are indented, and the ideas expressed are in almost all cases either patently false or unintelligible.

The theme is nonsensical pantheism. This book it worthless.

Year Read: 2009

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