‘Neither Out Far nor In Deep’ by Robert Frost is a thoughtful and philosophical poem. It satirizes human folly and the desire to escape from reality.
‘I Sing the Body Electric’ by Walt Whitman is one of the poet’s well-known and celebrated early poems. It was published in 1855, in the first edition of Leaves of Grass.
‘Chicago’ written by Carl Sandburg is a poem of admiration and self-defense. It was published in his collection ‘Chicago Poems.’