Dead Poets Society – Mr Keating's First Class (carpe diem lecture)

well come on thank you Oh captain my captain who knows what that comes from anybody not a clue from a poem by Walt Whitman about mr. Abraham Lincoln now in this class you can either call me mr. Keating off you're slightly more daring Oh captain my captain telling me to spell a few rumors so they don't fester into facts yes I too attended Hilton I survived and no at that time I was not the mental giant you see before you I was the intellectual equivalent of a 98-pound weakling I would go to the beach and people would kick copies of Byron in my face now mr. Pitts rather unfortunate name did you piss are you Fitz we open your hymnals age I 42 read the first stanza to form you finally to the Virgin's to make much of time yes one somewhat appropriate isn't it gather ye rosebuds while ye may old time is still a flying and this same flower that smiles today tomorrow will be dying Thank You mr. Fitz gather ye rosebuds while ye may the Latin term for that sentiment is carpe diem who knows what that means carpe diem that seize the day very good mr. Meeks Meeks another unusual name seize the day gather ye rosebuds while ye may why does the writer use these lines because he's in a hurry no Dean Thank You fiying anyway because we are food for worms lads because believe it or not each and every one of us in this room is one day going to stop breathing turn cold and die I'd like you to step forward over here

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