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73 poems.

Author: E E Cummings
Publisher: New York, Harcourt, Brace & World [1963]
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Cummings, E.E. (Edward Estlin), 1894-1962.
73 poems.
New York, Harcourt, Brace & World [1963]
(OCoLC)558054848
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: E E Cummings
ISBN: 0151813604 9780151813605
OCLC Number: 2047506
Description: 1 volume (unpaged) 24 cm
Contents: O the sun comes up-up-up in the opening --
for any ruffian of the sky --
seeker of truth --
SONG --
the first of all my dreams was of --
fair ladies tall lovers --
it's --
plant Magic dust --
now is a ship --
because it's --
humble one(gifted with --
Me up at does --
o --
a great --
at just 5 a --
e --
n --
nobody could --
everybody happy? --
fearlessandbosomy --
why --
annie died the other day --
nite) --
insu nli gh t --
a grin without a --
if seventy were young --
in heavenly realms of hellas dwelt --
"right here the other night something --
the greedy the people --
one winter afternoon --
POEM(or. all which isn't singing is mere talking --
christ but they're few --
"nothing" the unjust man complained --
the trick of finding what you didn't lose --
if in beginning twilight of winter will stand --
now that, more nearest even than your fate --
silently if, out of not knowable --
white guardians of the universe of sleep --
your homecoming will be my homecoming--
--
a round face near the top of the stairs --
n --
may i be gay --
Now i lay(with everywhere around) --
what time is it?it is by every star --
out of midsummer's blazing most not night --
without the mercy of --
t, h;r:u;s, h;e:s --
faithfully tinying at twilight voice --
while a once world slips from --
but --
who are you, little i --
of all things under our --
timeless --
i. "could that" i marvelled "be --
mi(dreamlike)st --
& sun & --
who is this --
2 little whos --
one --
now does our world descend --
(listen) "o purple finch --
"though your sorrows not --
D-re-A-mi-N-gl-Y --
enter no(silence is the blood whose flesh --
what is --!hope --
pity his how illimitable plight --
how many moments must(amazing each --
wild(at our first)beasts uttered human words --
all worlds have halfsight, seeing either with.

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