100 selected poems


Secondary title:
An Evergreen book,; E-190;

Cummings, E. E.



121 p. 21 cm.

Grove Press

Publisher location:
New York

Accession number:

Box 58

Tulips and Chimneys (1923) -- Thy fingers make early flowers of -- All in green went my love riding -- When god lets my body be -- In Just-- -- O sweet spontaneous -- Buffalo Bill's -- The Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls -- It may not always be so; and i say -- & {And} (1925) -- Suppose -- Raise the shade -- Here is little Effie's head -- Spring is like a perhaps hand -- Who knows if the moon's -- I like my body when it is with your -- XLI Poems (1925) -- Little tree -- Humanity i love you -- Is 5 (1926) -- Poem, or Beauty Hurts Mr. Vinal -- Nobody loses all the time -- Mr youse needn't be so spry -- She being Brand -- Memorabilia -- A man who had fallen among thieves -- Voices to voices, lip to lip -- "Next to of course god america i -- My sweet old etcetera -- Here's a little mouse) and -- In spite of everything -- Since feeling is first -- If i have made, my lady, intricate -- W {ViVa} (1931) -- I sing of Olaf glad and big -- If there are any heavens my mother will (all by herself) have -- A light Out) -- A clown s smirk in the skull of a baboon -- If i love You -- Somewhere i have never travelled, gladly beyond -- But if a living dance upon dead minds -- No thanks (1935) -- Sonnet entitled how to run the world) -- May i feel said he -- Little joe gould has lost his teeth and doesn't know where -- Kumrads die because they're told) -- Conceive a man, should he have anything -- Here's to opening and upward, to leaf and to sap -- What a proud dreamhorse pulling (smoothloomingly) through -- Jehovah buried. Satan dead -- This mind made war -- Love's function is to fabricate unknownness -- Death (having lost) put on his universe -- New Poems {from Collected Poems} (1938) -- Kind) -- (Of Ever-Ever Land i speak -- This little bride & groom are -- My specialty is living said -- If i -- May my heart always be open to little -- You shall above all things be glad and young -- 50 Poems (1940) -- Flotsam and jetsam -- Spoke joe to jack -- Red-rag and pink-flag -- Proud of his scientific attitude -- A pretty a day -- As freedom is a breakfastfood -- Anyone lived in a pretty how town -- My father moved through dooms of love -- I say no world -- These children singing in stone a -- Love is the every only god -- Love is more thicker than forget -- Hate blows a bubble of despair into -- What freedom's not some under's mere above -- 1 x 1 {One Times One} (1944) -- Of all the blessings which to man -- A salesman is an it that stinks Excuse -- A politician is an arse upon -- Plato told -- Pity this busy monster, manunkind -- One's not half two. It's two are halves of one -- What if a much of a which of a wind -- No man, if men are gods; but if gods must -- When god decided to invent -- Rain or hail -- Let it go--the -- Nothing false and possible is love -- Except in your -- True lovers in each happening of their hearts -- Yes is a pleasant country -- All ignorance toboggans into know -- Darling! because my blood can sing -- "Sweet spring is your -- O by the by -- If everything happens that can't be done -- Xaipe (1950) -- When serpents bargain for the right to squirm -- If a cheerfulest Elephantangelchild should sit -- O to be in finland -- No time ago -- To start, to hesitate; to stop -- If (touched by love's own secret) we, like homing -- I thank You God for most this amazing -- The great advantage of being alive -- When faces called flowers float out of the ground -- Love our so right -- Now all the fingers of this tree (darling) have -- Luminous tendril of celestial wish. Book


Call number:
LC: PS3505.U334; Dewey: 811.52

LCCN: 59-15193

[1st Evergreen ]

Lyrical verses span the career of a twentieth-century American poet, and illuminate his concern for the future of humanity.