Walt Whitman's "Passage to India" can be regarded as a poem that celebrates globalization and space exploration. That said, while globalization is a much easier parallel to make, space exploration needs much interpretation to support.
The poem speaks to the important changes made to insure that travel was easier for people. The poem speaks to the fact that the ability for people to communicate and travel distances which were previously impossible.
In the Old World, the east, the Suez canal,
The Hew by its mighty...
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