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you said Is (XIII) Analysis



Author: Poetry of e.e. cummings Type: Poetry Views: 504

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you said Is

there anything which

is dead or alive more beautiful

than my body,to have in your fingers

(trembling ever so little)?Looking into

your eyes Nothing,i said,except the

air of spring smelling of never and forever.....and through the lattice which moved as

if a hand is touched by a

hand(which

moved as though

fingers touch a girl's

breast,

lightly)Do you believe in always,the wind

said to the rain

I am too busy with

my flowers to believe,the rain answered






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.: what this means to me :.

What the poem means to me is far different from the crude definition proposed prior to this which relied on heavily pop-culture references and trite comments to reach an immature conclusion.

"You said is" is a poem about what love means to some people and how those people act on love. The focus of the poem is a conversation between two lovers. The most important lines of the poem are "do you believe in always,the wind/said to the rain/I am to busy with/my flowers to believe,the rain answered". To me this represents that the physical attraction the two lovers shared at the beginning of the poem is only a passing fancy. They only like each other based on physical attractiveness and soon will move on. Many people have a problem finding one person whom they can wholly love and be loved in return, rather than admired solely because of physical beauty

| Posted on 2007-09-27 | by a guest


.: i think this poem is the :.

i think this poem is the timeless tale of love at first sight. i mean the wildabeast are all yeling away and then mufasa comes sprinting in after simba until he falls to his death just like the guy from hollywood homicide who falls of the building into the garbage can. Now in stanza two i think the question of "would you love me if im fat" comes into play. Now thats a topic for a different day. This poem kind of relates to the dr. phil episode in the sense that a women asked her husband if she was beautiful and he said of course not your disgusting but i still love you. So as a result morrisa developed an eating disorder and spent three months in rehab.

| Posted on 2005-05-04 | by Approved Guest




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