Poetry - Winter 2019

Seven New Poems by Walt Whitman

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“Sometimes I Dream That I Am Not Walt Whitman,” “Let Them Say Whatever They Want,” “Returning to the Sea-Shore,” “I Hear It Is Charged Against Me,” “Like a Ghost I Returned,” and “Some Tuesdays I Go to Lisbon”

By Joseph Harrison | December 3, 2018
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“Sometimes I Dream That I Am Not Walt Whitman,” “Let Them Say Whatever They Want,” “Returning to the Sea-Shore,” “I Hear It Is Charged Against Me,” “Like a Ghost I Returned,” and “Some Tuesdays I Go to Lisbon”

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