Whitman Hearts Tebow

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    1. Actually, Longlunch, Walt Whitman (1819-1892) is one of the greatest American poets of all time. Whereas Gandalf is a fictional wizard featured in Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings trilogy, as well as the precursor tale, The Hobbit, Whitman was a real human being, born in New York, a city he often wrote of quite affectionately. Whitman, sometimes lumped in with transcendentalists like his sometime-mentor RW Emerson, wrote in free verse. In books like Leaves of Grass, Whitman exalted his physical body, as well as the bodies of others, which he connected to the physical properties of nature. Whitman’s influence ranges from modernist like Pound and Eliot to post-modernist philosophy.

      Oh, and he’s totally got a boner for Tebow.

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