1st Title: The title may refer to a person who wants to be part of patriotic America that everyone else is a part of. 2nd Title: The title "I, Too" means that the speaker, and his race, will be embraced one day because they too are Americans.
The speaker claims that he, too, sings America. He is the “darker brother” who is sent to eat in the kitchen when there are guests visiting. Tomorrow, he will sit at the table when the guests come. They will see his beauty and be ashamed, for, as he claims, “I, too, am America.”
The poem is written in free verse, which means that there is no rhyme scheme. “I, too am America” is a metaphor that African Americans are also part of America and shouldn't be thrown to curb.