Explanation: she wants to regain qualities of animals such as animalas do not whine about their conditions or irritatae people with thier duty to God.also the are never demented with the mania of owning things.he feels that he cvould imbibe these innate qualities of animals necessary to improve her character and value her possessions without lamenting.
answer: The poet feels that he has lost his childhood and the innocence and naivety that comes with it. He tries to understand where it must have gone and how he lost it. . He realises he must have lost his childhood, the day he found that he had independent thoughts and could make his own decisions
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In the poem 'Childhood', the poet is trying to realise the age when he lost his childhood, when he became mature enough to understand the worldly things. So he keeps saying, “When did my childhood go?” He finally realises that his childhood is gone to “some forgotten place”, “that is hidden in an infant's face.”
In the poem “Animals' the poet 'Walt Whitman' praises animals for being better than human beings. The human beings have left the qualities of kindness and innocence. The poet wants to live among the company of animals and experience life free of sins.
The poet wants to regain qualities of animals such as animals do not whine about their conditions or irritatae people with thier duty to God. also they are never demented with the mania of owning things.
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poem : I think I could turn and live with animals
The narrator has lost the good qualities of animals . The narrator feels that nowadays good qualities don't exist in human beings .They have lost it for the sake of worthly things which they want to achieve at any cost..
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When the poet crossed the age of eleven years, he realised that he had lost his childhood and had developed a mind of his own. He also found out the non-existence of Hell and Heaven.