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Choosy Live! Crescendo I Had A King Beauty Of The Ritual Just One Victory Choosy Begger Hey Joan Point It Out Is This All There Is Let's Burn Down The Cornfield Take It Up More Love Some People's Lives.
Behind A Painted Smile The Gentleman Is A Dope Easy To Love You Took Advantage Of Me Here Today You And I A Dream Goes On Forever.
Water Under The Bridge The Windmills Of Your Mind Tempted Pictures Obvious Liesbeth Plantinga. Water Under the Bridge. Breast and Brow. Tribute to Randy Newman. Under Your Charms 2. In The Morning 3. My Love Has Gone 4. Fall 5. Yup, and that's only the beginning, folks. Relatively speaking though, "maggie and milly and molly and may" is a bit tame in terms of Cummings's rule-breaking. There are a ton of other Cummings poems that look like they're all over the map, with words to the right, to the left, and even some veering off from dead center.
Physically, these poems can be hard to follow, and the takeaway meanings behind many of them can get a bit tricky to decode too. Even in this poem, something as seemingly straightforward as a day at the beach has more going on that you might at first imagine. We all remember those days at the beach when we were little kids and it seemed as if the ocean was an entire universe of mysteries and adventures. Our imaginations ran wild with all sorts of stories and explanations we could come up with to describe weird-looking things like starfish and scuttling crabs.