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a man who had fallen among theives... (XXVIII) Analysis



Author: poem of e.e. cummings Type: poem Views: 17

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a man who had fallen among thieves

lay by the roadside on his back

dressed in fifteenthrate ideas

wearing a round jeer for a hat



fate per a somewhat more than less

emancipated evening

had in return for consciousness

endowed him with a changeless grin



whereon a dozen staunch and leal

citizens did graze at pause

then fired by hypercivic zeal

sought newer pastures or because



swaddled with a frozen brook

of pinkest vomit out of eyes

which noticed nobody he looked

as if he did not care to rise



one hand did nothing on the vest

its wideflung friend clenched weakly dirt

while the mute trouserfly confessed

a button solemnly inert.



Brushing from whom the stiffened puke

i put him all into my arms

and staggered banged with terror through

a million billion trillion stars






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I beleieve this poem is a modern version of the parable "The Good Samaritan." Its very interesting, and I especially like the parts when it mentions the citizen's hypercivic zeal and the banging with terror through a million billion trillion stars.

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