My love for the Transcendentalism movement began in high school. During Junior year, I was assigned a research project on the topic and it cultivated an appreciation for Whitman in ways I never thought imaginable.
On a mission to earn an ‘A’ on said project, I marched out to front yard and yanked a medium-sized chunk of grass and dirt from the lawn. This didn’t go over well with the adults! But yes, I was set on the idea of gluing actual “Leaves of Grass” onto the cover page. High school teachers: I feel for you.
Anyhow, I thought it would be fun to share a couple of cute renditions of my favorite Whitman quotes. These whimsical prints would liven up just about any room in the house.
My favorite Whitman words of all time: Do I contradict myself? Very well then, I contradict myself, I am large — I contain multitudes. Ladies, you feel free to chant that during your finest hours of hormonal bliss.