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E.E cummings. This is by far some of the best words my eyes have ever beheld.

For anyone struggling with expressing just themselves in words, read this from one of my favourite poets, e e cummings.

Love is a place & through this place of love move (with brightness of peace) all places. Yes is a world & in this world of yes live (skillfully curled) all worlds. ~  e.e cummings

six years ago, in a different life in d.c., i bought an e.e. cummings book at a book store on capitol hill, near eastern market. whenever i opened the book, i somehow always ended up re-reading my favorite poem of his. i wanted it tattooed, in my favorite font, courier new, of course. the words, th

'somewhere i have never travelled' by e.e. cummings  …nobody, not even the rain, has such small hands...

'somewhere i have never travelled' by e.e. cummings …nobody, not even the rain, has such small hands...

What does E.E. Cummings suggest about love in his poems ‘since feeling is first’, ‘may my heart always be open to little’ and ‘You are tired’? – Juliette Rowsell

Cummings explores the relationship between love, wisdom and age in his poems since feeling is first, may my heart always be open to little and You are tired. While since feeling… clearly focusses o…

("timeless...") by E. E. Cummings | ("pity his how illimitable plight...") by E. E. Cummings | ("O the sun comes up-up-up...") by E. E. Cummings | ("for any ruffian of the sky...") by E. E. Cummings | ("annie died the other day...") by E. E. Cummings | ("if seventy were young...") by E. E. Cummings | ("without the mercy of...") by E. E. Cummings | Poetry Magazine

November 1961 | Wallace Fowlie, Beth Bentley, Stanley Burnshaw, E. Cummings, Robert Fitzgerald, Isabella Gardner, John Hardy, Thomas Macgreevy, Howard…

E. E. Cummings - I carry your heart (I carry it in my heart) - poetry wall art - gray background

THIS IS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD AND WILL NOT BE SHIPPED I carry your heart (I carry it in my heart) Probably one of the more popular E.E. Cummings poems, and it was featured in the movie In Her Shoes with Cameron Diaz and Toni Collette. 11x14" digital print with 1" white border surrounding the 9x12" active area. Approximately 200 KB, JPEG file. This is for personal use only, if you need help downloading it or are having problems doing so, please contact the shop! Thank you!

By Jacqueline Schaalje E.E. Cummings was an American poet who lived from 1894 to 1962. He received an MA from Harvard University. During WW I (The First World War) he was sent to Europe, but he was…

By Jacqueline Schaalje E.E. Cummings was an American poet who lived from 1894 to 1962. He received an MA from Harvard University. During WW I (The First World War) he was sent to Europe, but he was…