Comment -440 of , added on March 28th, 2006 at 5:33 AM.
i too heard this beautiful poem in the movie "In Her Shoes" i stopped the
movie and rewonud it so i could get the name of who wrote so well the
feelings that i have for my husband...we met when we were young, lost each
other for 20 years, found each other again and are now married...this is
how we always felt about each other.
Lori Gitsham from United States
Comment -441 of , added on March 27th, 2006 at 1:20 PM.
love and the fear of losing that love is what makes us human.
Comment -442 of , added on March 27th, 2006 at 8:52 AM.
Well...like everybody seems to have...i heard this poem in the movie in her
shoes...it wouldnt have been the same without it...It reminded me of my
girlfriend...kind of funny coming from a guy, but this poem is the only
movie moment ever to bring me close to tears
Janson from South Africa
Comment -443 of , added on March 27th, 2006 at 6:49 AM.
I recently befriended a young lost soul. She is perfect as far as I can
see, when I heard this poem I promptly though of her! This poem has struct
a nerve with me and how I feel about this young lady. I hope she enjoyed
the poem. Friends are hard to come by and this depicts so many feelys that
are hard to express.
dlb from United States
Comment -444 of , added on March 27th, 2006 at 4:01 AM.
Wow! Stunning......Saw the movie In her Shoes. This poem made the movie
from South Africa
Comment -445 of , added on March 27th, 2006 at 2:06 AM.
I was watching movie "In her Shoes", when i first heard this poem. This
poem was reminds me of my very dear best friend i've ever had (we are
friends for more than 10 years and met in university). The "bond" betweem
us sometimes go beyond sisters. Recently, she's going to have a new life
(she's going to marry), and I guess this poem would be a great poem for
her, that she know how much she meant for me. With this poem i just wanna
show how greatful i am to have her in my life and i hope the best for her.
veronica from Indonesia
Comment -446 of , added on March 26th, 2006 at 4:21 PM.
I will be 53 years old in April. I have had children since I was 18 years
old. In November I moved to AZ. My children and my grandchildren live in
CA. Two weeks ago my youngest left the nest he move back to CA.
I have started a new chapter in my life, new home, town, new job, NO
children, am really feeling the empty nest. This poem says everything that
my heart feels. Thank you Mr. e.e. cummings, you wrote the words I
from United States
Comment -447 of , added on March 26th, 2006 at 6:33 AM.
i cried upon hearing this poem...what comes to my mind was my wife and the
baby in her womb
Comment -448 of , added on March 25th, 2006 at 5:02 PM.
Like so many the first time I heard the poem I Carry Your Heart With Me I
was watching the movie In Her Shoes. Just the week before my daughter had
given birth to my first grandchild Emma Victoria. I knew as soon as I
heard the poem that it was how I had always felt about my daughter and now
how I feel about Emma. Thank you Mr. Cummings for puting my feeling into
Vickie Sampson from United States
Comment -449 of , added on March 25th, 2006 at 3:17 PM.
I sent this poem to a male friend after his wife died. She was 34 and they
were two parts of one. I see them as belonging in the poem.
Kirsty from United Kingdom