biographical timeline
Tulips & Chimneys, 1923
Buffalo Bill's
it may not always be so; and i say

& [AND], 1925
between the breasts
gee i like to think of dead it means nearer because deeper
who knows if the moon's
my girl's tall with hard long eyes
if I should sleep with a lady called death
i like my body when it is with your

XLI Poems, 1925
is 5, 1926
why did you go Foreward
Picasso nobody loses all the time
my mind is (and i imagine
Humanity i love you mr youse needn't be so spry
a man who had fallen among thieves
"next to of course god america i
my sweet old etcetera
since feeling is first
you being in love
i go to this window

W [ViVa], 1931
but mr can you maybe listen there's
"Gay" is the captivating cognomen of a Young Woman of cambridge,
in a middle of a room
somewhere i have never travelled,gladly beyond

No Thanks, 1935
may i feel said he
Jehovah buried, Satan dead,
love is a place

New Poems [from Collected Poems], 1938

50 Poems, 1940

1 x 1 [One Times One], 1944
pity this busy monster,manunkind,
yes is a pleasant country:

XAIPE, 1950
I thank You God for most this amazing

95 Poems, 1958
lily has a rose
a total stranger one black day
i am a little church(no great cathedral)
i carry your heart with me(i carry it in

73 Poems, 1963
if seventy were young
Now i lay(with everywhere around)

early letters

April 23, 1902 May 3, 1902


Dr. Edward Cummings, eec's father Rebecca Haswell Clarke Cummings, eec's mother
e e cummings e e cummings
e e cummings & Marion Morehouse e e cummings

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