E. E. Cummings

i love you much(most beautiful darling) more than anyone on the earth and i like you better than everything in the sky, i love you much(most beautiful darling)

A Blue Woman With Sticking Out Breasts Hanging
A connotation of infinity
A light Out
A man who had fallen among thieves
A pretty a day
A total stranger one black day
A Wind Has Blown The Rain Away And Blown
After five
All in green went my love riding
All which isn't singing is mere talking
Am was.
And This Day It Was Spring Us
And what were roses. Perfume? for i do
Anyone lived in a pretty how town
As Is The Sea Marvelous
As freedom is a breakfastfood
Babylon Slim
Ballad of the Scholar's Lament
Because i love you)last night
Between the breasts
Beyond the brittle towns asleep
Buffalo Bill's
But the other
Buy me an ounce and i'll sell you a pound
Chansons Innocentes: I
Consider O
Cruelly, love
dead every enormous piece
Dying is fine)but Death
Ecco a letter starting
Even a pencil has fear to
Fame Speaks
From tulips and chimneys
Hate blows a bubble of despair
Humanity i love you
I Am A Beggar Always
I am a little church
I am so glad and very
If I should sleep with a lady called death
If everything happens that can't be done
If i
If i believe
If i have made,my lady,intricate
If i love You
If strangers meet
If there are any heavens my mother will
If you can't eat you got to
If you like my poems let them
I go to this window
I have found what you are like
I have loved, let us see if that's all
I have seen her a stealthily frail
I like
I like my body when it is with your
I love you much(most beautiful darling)
In Just - Spring
In a middle of a room
In spite of everything
In the rain-
In time of daffodils
Into the strenuous briefness
I shall imagine life
I spoke to thee
I thank you God for this most amazing
It is at moments after I have dreamed
It may not always be so
I walked the boulevard
Jehovah buried, Satan
Kumrads die because they're told)
Lady, i will touch you with my mind
Lily has a rose
Little Tree
Love is a place
Maggie and Milly and Molly and May
May i feel said he
May my heart always be open to little
Mr youse needn't be so spry
My father moved through dooms of love
My girl's tall with hard long eyes
My love
My mind is
My smallheaded pearshaped
My sweet old etcetera
Next to of course god america i
Nobody loses all the time
Nobody loved this
Nothing false and possible is love
Now does our world descend
Now i lay(with everywhere around)
Now what were motionless move
O Distinct
Of Ever-Ever Land i speak
Of Nicolette
Of all the blessings which to man
Once like a spark
One's not half two. It's two are halves of one
Ordinary wind is winding(cold face blush
O sweet spontaneous
Pity this busy monster, manunkind
Poem, Or Beauty Hurts Mr. Vinal
Proud of his scientific attitude
Puella Mea
Raise the shade
Red-rag and pink-flag
She being Brand
Since feeling is first
Sometimes I Am Alive Because With
Somewhere i have never travelled, gladly beyond
Speaking of love(of
Spoke joe to jack
Spring is like a perhaps hand
Spring omnipotent goddess Thou
Supposing i dreamed this
The Eagle
The Noster was a ship of swank
The bigness of cannon
The glory is fallen out of
The hills
The hours rise up putting off stars and it is
The mind is its own beautiful prisoner
The moon is hiding in
The way to hump a cow is not
There is a here and
This evangelist
This is the garden: colours come and go
This(let's remember)
Thy fingers make early flowers of
Up into the silence the green
Voices to voices, lip to lip
What if a much of a which of a wind
When faces called flowers float out of the ground
When hair falls off and eyes blur And
When life is quite through with
When serpents bargain
When what hugs stopping earth than silent is
Who sharpens every dull
Why did you go
Yes is a pleasant country
You being in love
Young Woman of Cambridge
Your little voice
You said is
You shall above all things

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