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100 selected poems

By: CUMMINGS, Edward Estlin, 1894-1962
Material type: TextTextLanguage: Spanish Publisher: New York, Grove Press, 1959Description: 121 pSubject(s): POESIAS ESTADOUNIDENSES | ESCRITORES ESTADOUNIDENSES | SIGLO XX | ESTADOS UNIDOSDDC classification: 818.5
Contents:
Tulips & Chimneys: 1. Thy fingers make early flowers of -- 2. All in green went my love riding -- 3. When god lets my body be -- 4. in just -- 5. O sweet spontaneous -- 6. Buffalo Bill's -- the Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls -- 8. it may not always be so; and i say And (1925): 9. suppose -- 10. raise the shade -- 11. here is little Effie's head -- 12. Spring is like a perhaps hand -- 13. who knows if the moon's -- 14. i like my body when it is with your XLI Poems (1925): 15. little tree -- 16. Humanity i love you Is 5 (1926): 17. POEM, OR BEAUTY HURTS MR. VINAL -- 18. nobody loses all the time -- 19. mr youse needn't be so spry -- 20. she being Brand -- 21. MEMORABILIA -- 22. a man who had fallen among thieves -- 23. voices to voices, lip to lip -- 24. "next to of course god america i" -- 25. my sweet old etcetera -- 26. here's a little mouse and -- 27. in spite of everything -- 28. since feeling is first -- 29. if i have made, my lady, intricate Viva (1931): 30. i sing of Olaf glad and big -- 31. if there are any heavens my mother will (all by herself) have -- 32. a light Out -- 33. a clown's smirk in the skull of a baboon -- 34. if i love you -- 35. somewhere i have never travelled, gladly beyond -- 36. but if a living dance upon dead minds No thanks (1935): 37. sonnet entitled how to run the world -- 38. may i feel said he -- 39. little joe gould has lost his teeth and doesn't know where -- 40. kumrads die because they're told -- 41. conceive a man, should he have anything -- 42. here's to opening and upward, to leaf and to sap -- 43. what a proud dreamhorse pulling (smoothloomingly) through -- 44. Jehovah buried Satan dead, -- 45. this mind made war -- 46. love's function is to fabricate unknownness -- 47. death (having lost) put on hhis universe New Poems, from Collected Poems (1938): 48. kind -- 49. of Ever-Ever Land i speak -- 50. this little bride & groom are -- 51. my specialty is living said -- 52. if i -- 53. may my heart always be open to little -- 54. you shall above all things be glad and young 50 Poems (1940): 55. flotsam and jetsam -- 56. spoke joe to jack -- 57. red-rag and pink-flag -- 58. proud of his scientific attitude -- 59. a pretty a day -- 60. as freedom is a breakfastfood -- 61. anyone lived in a pretty how town -- 62. my father moved through dooms of love -- 63. i say no world -- 64. these children singing in stone a -- 65. love is the every only god -- 66. love is more thicker than forget -- 67. hate blows a bubble of despair into -- 68. what freedom's not some under's mere above One Times One (1944): 69. of all the blessing which to man -- 70. a salesman is an it that stinks Excuse -- 71. a politician is an arse upon -- 72. plato told -- 73. pity this busy monster manunkind -- 74. one's not half two. It's two are halves of one -- 75. what if a much of a which of a wind -- 76. no man, if men are gods; but if gods must -- 77. when god decided to invent -- 78. rain or hail -- 79. let it go-the -- 80. nothing false and possible is love -- 81. except in your -- 82. true lovers in each happening of their hearts -- 83. yes is a pleasant country -- 84. all ignorance toboggans into know -- 85. darling! beacuse my blod can sing -- 86. "sweet spring is your -- 87. o by the by -- 88. if everything happens that can't be done Xaipe (1950): 89. when serpents bargain for the right to squirm -- 90. if a cheerfulest Elephantangelchild should sit -- 91. o to be in finland -- 92. no time ago -- 93. to start, to hesitate; to stop -- 94. if (touched by love's own secret) we like homing -- 95. i thank you god for most this amazing -- 96. the great advantage of being alive -- 97. when faces called flowers float out of the ground -- 98. love our so right -- 99. now all the fingers of this tree (darling) have -- 100. luminous tendril of celestial wish
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Tulips & Chimneys: 1. Thy fingers make early flowers of -- 2. All in green went my love riding -- 3. When god lets my body be -- 4. in just -- 5. O sweet spontaneous -- 6. Buffalo Bill's -- the Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls -- 8. it may not always be so; and i say And (1925): 9. suppose -- 10. raise the shade -- 11. here is little Effie's head -- 12. Spring is like a perhaps hand -- 13. who knows if the moon's -- 14. i like my body when it is with your XLI Poems (1925): 15. little tree -- 16. Humanity i love you Is 5 (1926): 17. POEM, OR BEAUTY HURTS MR. VINAL -- 18. nobody loses all the time -- 19. mr youse needn't be so spry -- 20. she being Brand -- 21. MEMORABILIA -- 22. a man who had fallen among thieves -- 23. voices to voices, lip to lip -- 24. "next to of course god america i" -- 25. my sweet old etcetera -- 26. here's a little mouse and -- 27. in spite of everything -- 28. since feeling is first -- 29. if i have made, my lady, intricate Viva (1931): 30. i sing of Olaf glad and big -- 31. if there are any heavens my mother will (all by herself) have -- 32. a light Out -- 33. a clown's smirk in the skull of a baboon -- 34. if i love you -- 35. somewhere i have never travelled, gladly beyond -- 36. but if a living dance upon dead minds No thanks (1935): 37. sonnet entitled how to run the world -- 38. may i feel said he -- 39. little joe gould has lost his teeth and doesn't know where -- 40. kumrads die because they're told -- 41. conceive a man, should he have anything -- 42. here's to opening and upward, to leaf and to sap -- 43. what a proud dreamhorse pulling (smoothloomingly) through -- 44. Jehovah buried Satan dead, -- 45. this mind made war -- 46. love's function is to fabricate unknownness -- 47. death (having lost) put on hhis universe New Poems, from Collected Poems (1938): 48. kind -- 49. of Ever-Ever Land i speak -- 50. this little bride & groom are -- 51. my specialty is living said -- 52. if i -- 53. may my heart always be open to little -- 54. you shall above all things be glad and young 50 Poems (1940): 55. flotsam and jetsam -- 56. spoke joe to jack -- 57. red-rag and pink-flag -- 58. proud of his scientific attitude -- 59. a pretty a day -- 60. as freedom is a breakfastfood -- 61. anyone lived in a pretty how town -- 62. my father moved through dooms of love -- 63. i say no world -- 64. these children singing in stone a -- 65. love is the every only god -- 66. love is more thicker than forget -- 67. hate blows a bubble of despair into -- 68. what freedom's not some under's mere above One Times One (1944): 69. of all the blessing which to man -- 70. a salesman is an it that stinks Excuse -- 71. a politician is an arse upon -- 72. plato told -- 73. pity this busy monster manunkind -- 74. one's not half two. It's two are halves of one -- 75. what if a much of a which of a wind -- 76. no man, if men are gods; but if gods must -- 77. when god decided to invent -- 78. rain or hail -- 79. let it go-the -- 80. nothing false and possible is love -- 81. except in your -- 82. true lovers in each happening of their hearts -- 83. yes is a pleasant country -- 84. all ignorance toboggans into know -- 85. darling! beacuse my blod can sing -- 86. "sweet spring is your -- 87. o by the by -- 88. if everything happens that can't be done Xaipe (1950): 89. when serpents bargain for the right to squirm -- 90. if a cheerfulest Elephantangelchild should sit -- 91. o to be in finland -- 92. no time ago -- 93. to start, to hesitate; to stop -- 94. if (touched by love's own secret) we like homing -- 95. i thank you god for most this amazing -- 96. the great advantage of being alive -- 97. when faces called flowers float out of the ground -- 98. love our so right -- 99. now all the fingers of this tree (darling) have -- 100. luminous tendril of celestial wish

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