Edward Estlin Cummings Comments (7)
12 Apr 2018 09:27
no no no no u ugly sonic
bums are slow
01 Feb 2018 10:47
this is boring field
29 Nov 2017 09:48
Want to know what e e Cummings work is on page 112 in woody Alan movie, Hannah and her sisters
16 Nov 2016 08:13
'' as freedom is a breakfastfood or truth can live with right and wrong or molehills are from mountains made —long enough and just so long will being pay the rent of seem and genius please the talentgang and water most encourage flame ''
11 Sep 2016 07:59
fell in love with his poems and writing style during my high school years - especially his grammer usage a panther is like a leopard - except he hasn't been peppered........if ever you are called by an panther - don't anther.
31 Jan 2016 05:05
cummings is among my favorites. at his best he is wonderfully and warmly (and sometimes slyly) human. my favorite poem by him is a sonnet that begins, i thank you, God, for most this amazing day... this poem, it seems to me, came from an experience of inspired clarity. this sonnet, along with hopkins' that begins, the world is charged with the grandeur of God, stand out as affirmations that the Creator is imaged in the creation- as God is in humankind. -glen kappy
28 Oct 2014 03:37
Here's another of my favorite poets (one of my very favorites among the Modernists) , for whom I have not as yet listed a favorite poem - because of copyright restrictions and because some of his best are not included in the PH list; e.g., 'pity this busy monster, manunkind, ' 'i thank You God for most this amazing, ' 'maggie and milly and molly and mae, ' 'in Just..., ' 'Buffalo Bill's, ' 'next to of course god america i, ' 'anyone lived in a pretty how town, ' and many, many others - even the perfectly obscene and perfectly amusing 'the way to hump a cow is not.' Or if you want a bit of political activism with your dingy(if not dirty) humor, you might try 'F is for foetus(a, ' For example, '(and the wholly babble open at / blessed are the peacemakers'; or '.......it's / freedom from freedom / the common man wants.' This may not be my favorite cummings poem, but those are some of my favorite cummings lines.