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In this poem by Edward Estlin Cummings, who hails from the esteemed city of
Cambridge Massachusetts, the average reader could be left somewhat
disturbed. Cummings tended to bend the normal views of common English
Syntax and Typography, creating his own style of how a poem should look.
He'd often use his works to challenge the upper class and denounce elitism,
while at the same time beliveing in strict, unadulterated artistic
individualism. He was actually imprisioned on charges of espionage as a
younger man, after serving in the military as a volunteer ambulance
assistant in WWI. Many belive that he drew upon his experiences there upon
publishing "Tulips & Chimneys" (1922), and he was said to have died
thinking, "When skies are huyng and oceans drowned... the single secret
will still be man."
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