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Analysis and comments on i carry your heart with me by e.e. cummings

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Comment 367 of 797, added on April 18th, 2006 at 6:49 PM.

this poem i chose because it had alot of entries, and because it is the
subject that we are working on in school. i thought that this poem was
sooooo true!!

tinkiwinki from United States
Comment 366 of 797, added on April 18th, 2006 at 5:19 AM.

I knew this poem watching the movie "In her shoes"... I think it is the
most beautiful and the deepest poem I ever known in my life. It's so
touching, when I realised, I was crying...
Every real person, who has real problems in life is touched by this
wonderful poem.. I was

Sibeli from Brazil
Comment 365 of 797, added on April 18th, 2006 at 12:30 AM.

I heard this poem for the first time on Saturday, I rented thr movie In Her
Shoes, It opened my heart, to the love i have for my children, The words
are very touching, and very true, if you have someone special in you life,
But I am very lucky to have five very special Daughters, in mine, I am
sending this poem to all, because it really, tells just how I feel about
them,
Thank You E.E. CUMMINGS, I will always Carry there hearts in mine !

TONY PIZZO from United States
Comment 364 of 797, added on April 17th, 2006 at 5:31 PM.

This poem was reproduced by a musician named Michael Hedges. It is a
beautiful rendition of this poem. I highly suggest it.

Jocelyn from United States
Comment 363 of 797, added on April 16th, 2006 at 5:39 PM.

i think this is the best poem i have ever read before..i was looking on
websites to try and find a good poem for english class i read a lot and i
liked this one the best because its so touching. its about losing someone
you loved..and to me i think of someone i can never get back or see again a
regret i will always have to carry with me..so i know i will always carry
his heart with me

danielle s. from United States
Comment 362 of 797, added on April 16th, 2006 at 1:33 PM.

when i read the poem in the book in her shoes i knew it is my favourite
poem of all. i think it isn't only for a wedding, it is for everyone you
love not only your partner. it is fpr a friend, for a sister and for your
relatives. it is for the ons you love. it is wonderful !!!

me from Germany
Comment 361 of 797, added on April 16th, 2006 at 12:30 PM.

I only heard this poem for the first time last night, when my partner and I
watched the movie "In her shoes". We both thought it was wonderful, and had
we known about it, would have used it when we had our civil partnership
ceremony in February of this year. However by coincidence my partner's
borther is getting married in October this year, and we have shared the
poem, found via this website, with them and are hopeful it will be the
reading my partner will do at their big day. I think the poet has captured
the strength of feeling and emotion which is sometimes difficult to
articulate when trying to tell people that you are close to how much love
you have for them.

Michael Stewart from United Kingdom
Comment 360 of 797, added on April 13th, 2006 at 3:08 PM.

What a wonderful poem and a lovely film.

Marie Dolan from Ireland
Comment 359 of 797, added on April 13th, 2006 at 9:00 AM.

IMMEDIATLEY I BEGAN 2 THINK OF HOW I FEEL FOR THOSE THAT I LOVE...
PARTICULARLY MY SISTER AND MY GRANDMOTHER WHO HAVE BOTH PASSED... & MY 2 YR
OLD DAUGHTER... THIS POEM JUST CONFIRMS THAT WHEN U LOVE SOMEONE THEY R
ALWAYS WITH U & HOW THEY R VERY MUCH A PART OF U NO MATTER WHAT & THATS ALL
U NEED... LOVE IS SO ENORMOUS... SO UNEXPLAINABLE

STARSHA from United States
Comment 358 of 797, added on April 13th, 2006 at 3:42 AM.

This poem was written nearly fifty years ago, and published in 1958. Yet,
no matter how much time passes by, "I carry your heart with me" still
touches hearts of people, sometimes even the most stubborn hearts. To some
it is a poem about loosing someone but still remembering the feelings. To
some it is about loving someone. To some it is simply a beautiful, complex,
and yet so direct expression of love. I think perhaps it was meant to
envoke different feelings from different people. I don't think there is a
right or a wrong occasion or reason for a few meaningful simple words. It
is inspiring and hopeful. As long as you find your own meaning in these
words, that is all that any poet would want. I know I did!

Tatiana from United States

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