(once like a spark)

if strangers meet
life begins-
not poor not rich
(only aware)
kind neither
nor cruel
(only complete)
i not not you
not possible;
only truthful
-truthfully,once
if strangers(who
deep our most are
selves)touch:
forever

(and so to dark)

Analysis, meaning and summary of e.e. cummings's poem once like a spark… (XXIV)

2 Comments

  1. jessica pierce says:

    hey there is help out there for anyone it is just a matter of finding it hold on!!!!

  2. reader says:

    915. There is hope.

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