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Comment 9 of 14, added on April 4th, 2009 at 2:12 AM.
Cummings never welcomed the original. He never created amazing poetry with
the sparkle of the inventive and the crazy cool. Cummings never constructed
a poem with borderline absurd statements that tickled the minds of readers,
like, "hornets wail by children stung," and, "hopes dance best on bald
man's hair." :)
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Comment 8 of 14, added on March 29th, 2006 at 11:18 AM.
This is one of my favorite poems
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Comment 7 of 14, added on January 5th, 2006 at 5:17 AM.
Cummings is unarguably one of the most playful, inventive, original,
idealistic poets to ever exist since the birth of poetry. Although some
would say that in this particular piece, Cummings had simply expanded on
the concept of loving hate and sweet sorrow. Where's the originality? But I
think that his style and ideology in themselves are beyond extraordinary.
Cummings had only borrowed a sprinkle of Will's oxymoron essence to put in
this poetic recipe to create something truly and completely his own.
I absolutely cannot get enough of this. Every single line is an aphrodisiac
for me. 'long enough and just so long will being pay the rent of seem'; 'as
hatracks into peachtrees grow'; 'down shall go which and up come who';
'deeds cannot dream what dreams can do'...
time is a tree
this life one leaf
but love is the sky
and i am for you
just so long
and long enough
Comment 6 of 14, added on November 19th, 2005 at 3:31 AM.
This poem is sooooooooo cooooool
i looooooove this poem its so greatly written and
e.e. cummings is just the best poet in the whole big universe!
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Comment 5 of 14, added on November 3rd, 2005 at 11:57 AM.
THIS IS COOL
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