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EE Cummings was said to leave the tavern many a night a-stumble and on the way home would taunt the recluse Djuna Barnes, calling out from the street: "Tell us, are you still alive, Djuna?
And when the young dreamers express themselves through poetry, they denounce Shakespeare's sonnets and EE Cummings as cliched and prefer to recite Frank O'Hara's Having a Coke With You.
The likes of Christina Rossetti, Mervyn Peake, Gerard Manley Hopkins and EE Cummings sing along.
Modernity challenged this, bringing with it the new voices of James Joyce, TS Eliot, EE Cummings and others.
It's like ee cummings singing with a cabaret band in God's waiting room.
There's an EE Cummings poem called I carry your heart with me (I carry it in my heart).
At the risk of sounding cheesy (oh who cares, it's a new year) - the poet ee cummings might have had an annoying disregard for punctuation, but he made a rousing point when he said: "To be nobody but yourself in a world that's doing its best to make you somebody else, is to fight the hardest battle you are ever going to fight.
No, I'm Miss Ebbw Vale 2007 and my special interests are The Golden Girls, series one to five, the poems of ee cummings, the life and times of Jean-Paul Sartre and all-you-can-eat American-style buffets.