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Three by Cummings II

Poems by Edward Estlin Cummings.

l(a

le
af
fa

ll

s)
one
l

iness

(95 Poems 1)

n
OthI
n

g can

s
urPas
s

the m

y
SteR
y

of

s
tilLnes
s

(73 Poems 42)

Beautiful

is the
unmea
ning
of(sil

ently)fal

ling(e
ver
yw
here)s

Now

(95 Poems 41)

Complete Poems (1991), ed. George J. Firmage, pp. 673, 814, 713.

See also Three by Cummings I: Poems by Edward Estlin Cummings.

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Sun. 11/21/04 07:42:56 AM
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