And also as to you personally death, and also you bitter hug of mortality…. It is idle to try and alarm me personally. (part 48)

And also as to you personally death, and also you bitter hug of mortality…. It is idle to try and alarm me personally. (part 48)

The idea of Jesus is murky in this poem. Whitman thinks he also finds the concept useful in his effort to show that divinity is everywhere that we could do without worrying so much about the nature of God, but. The planet is filled with reminders for the divine, like little letters “dropped on the street. ” The letters are left by him for individuals who require them. Continue reading And also as to you personally death, and also you bitter hug of mortality…. It is idle to try and alarm me personally. (part 48)