XLI Poems


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A book of 41 poems by E. E. Cummings classified as
Songs I-XII [poems 1-12],
Chansons Innocentes I-II [poems 13-14],
Portraits I-IX [poems 15-23],
La Guerre I-II [poems 24-25],
Sonnets I-XVI [poems 26-41] - Summary by Scotty Smith (0 hr 49 min)

Chapters

the sky was 0:52 Read by Scotty Smith
of my 0:59 Read by Scotty Smith
when life is quite through with 0:49 Read by Scotty Smith
into the smiting 0:49 Read by Scotty Smith
Where’s Madge then 0:56 Read by Scotty Smith
after five 1:05 Read by Scotty Smith
between green mountains 0:48 Read by Scotty Smith
in the rain- 1:03 Read by Scotty Smith
Lady of Silence 0:52 Read by Scotty Smith
the hills 0:48 Read by Scotty Smith
i will wade out till my thighs are steeped in burning flowers 1:04 Read by Scotty Smith
cruelly,love 1:00 Read by Scotty Smith
why did you go 0:50 Read by Scotty Smith
little tree 1:20 Read by Scotty Smith
conversation with my friend is particularly 1:51 Read by Scotty Smith
one April dusk the 1:24 Read by Scotty Smith
Picasso 1:10 Read by Scotty Smith
the skinny voice 1:05 Read by Scotty Smith
as usual i did not find him in cafes, the more dissolute 1:53 Read by Scotty Smith
it’s just like a coffin’s 1:22 Read by Scotty Smith
my mind is 1:03 Read by Scotty Smith
5 1:41 Read by Scotty Smith
at the ferocious phenomenon of 5 o’clock i find myself 3:26 Read by Scotty Smith
earth like a tipsy 0:52 Read by Scotty Smith
Humanity i love you 1:12 Read by Scotty Smith
when learned darkness from our searched world 1:12 Read by Scotty Smith
O Thou to whom the musical white spring 1:10 Read by Scotty Smith
when unto nights of autumn do complain 1:11 Read by Scotty Smith
this is the garden: colours come and go, 1:13 Read by Scotty Smith
Thou in whose swordgreat story shine the deeds 1:15 Read by Scotty Smith
when the proficient poison of sure sleep 1:15 Read by Scotty Smith
and what were roses. Perfume? for i do 1:23 Read by Scotty Smith
come nothing to my comparable soul 1:07 Read by Scotty Smith
when my sensational moments are no more 1:16 Read by Scotty Smith
I have seen her a stealthily frail 1:11 Read by Scotty Smith
who’s most afraid of death? thou art of him 1:16 Read by Scotty Smith
perhaps it is to feel strike 1:06 Read by Scotty Smith
when i am in Boston, i do not speak 0:59 Read by Scotty Smith
will suddenly trees leap from winter and will 1:09 Read by Scotty Smith
a fragrant sag of fruit distinctly grouped. 1:05 Read by Scotty Smith
by god i want above fourteenth 1:17 Read by Scotty Smith