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United States writer noted for his typographically eccentric poetry (1894-1962)

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Doll's boy's asleep under the stile for every mile the feet go the heart goes nine E.E. CUMMINGS
In an e.e. cummings play, a young girl wakes in the morning.
As the poet e.e. cummings writes: "In His most frail gesture are things which enclosed me, or which I cannot touch because they are too near."
Complete poems: 1904-1962 by e.e. Cummings, Used with the permission of Liveright Publishing Corporation.
DeMille, George Gershwin, Louis Armstrong, E.E. Cummings and Agatha Christie.
"I think my idea of life and love has heightened courtesy the poetry I've read," she said, adding that E.E. Cummings and Pablo Neruda have been her go-to poets.
Cloud has placed previously in the NATS Art Song competition, in 2010 with Four Sonnets by Pablo Neruda, set 2, and in 2012 with "I Spill My Soul." Cloud's past choices of poets for her many songs have included Margaret Atwood, Pablo Neruda, Ronsard, Yeats, and e.e. cummings. The poems for Botany are the work of Janet Joyner, a particular favorite of Cloud's, from Joyner's poetry collection, Waterborne.
After it was brought to America, many American poets such E.E. Cummings began to publish haikus.
As one would expect, Foster draws on dozens of familiar examples to make his case, from the prologue of Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales and Shakespeare's sonnets to the modernist works of e.e. cummings and Robert Frost, but he also reaches more far afield: Paul Laurence Dunbar, Billy Collins, Woody Guthrie and Paul Simon all make appearances.
"Unless you love someone, nothing else makes sense." 6 E.E. Cummings
I forget the rest," by Walt Whitman, and "You are my sun, my moon, and all my stars," by E.E. Cummings.
We chatted happily, and I liked him until I checked out his poems, which at the time sounded like E.E. Cummings. Later, when I was at Oxford, I wrote an essay in which I derided poems by the chicken farmer from northern New Hampshire whom I met at the Grolier.
We might look to e.e. cummings for light on the mystery of the Epiphany journey.
Other stops include Judson Memorial Church, Jimi Hendrix's Electric Lady Studios, the apartment where Bob Dylan and Allen Ginsberg first met, the former residences of Dustin Hoffman, E.E. Cummings, and Eleanor Roosevelt, along with many other landmarks.
In the sequence about small hands, even an ear untuned to the subtleties of that pastoral might have caught (though in a version perverted by the abjectly low level of the exchange) the famous line from E.E. Cummings, the American Apollinaire: "Nobody, not even the rain, has such small hands."