enter no(silence is the blood whose flesh
is singing)silence:but unsinging. In
spectral such hugest how hush,one

dead leaf stirring makes a crash

-far away(as far as alive)lies
april;and i breathe-move-and-seem some
perpetually roaming whylessness-

autumn has gone:will winter never come?

o come,terrible anonymity;enfold
phantom me with the murdering minus of cold
-open this ghost with millionary knives of wind-
scatter his nothing all over what angry skies and

gently
(very whiteness:absolute peace,
never imaginable mystery)
descend

Analysis, meaning and summary of e.e. cummings's poem enter no

6 Comments

  1. mgj says:

    this one is simple & nice.a

  2. alex says:

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  3. kely says:

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  4. Helga says:

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  5. me says:

    wow there is not enough words to describe this poem or any of his other work i think he is one of the best poets ever!!
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  6. Gemini Lover #2!!!!!! says:

    I like that the poem is short, Even though the poem got me easily confused in a way. Because there was some vocab I didn;t know..heh..anyways! The title cought my eye, and I clicked it. and Liked how the poet expressed and dragged out his emotion.

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