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Martha Lewis Lake chareles, LA / United States, Female, 35
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  • POEM: I Carry Your Heart With Me by Edward Estlin Cummings (11/3/2005 10:25:00 AM)

    ee cummings is a complete master of the English language. The entire meaning of this poem is heartbreakingly beautiful enough, but the juxtapostion of the words (when reading, you see the words where they are MEANT to be seen and that gives them even more energy) is genius. I truly hope that his words are being read and appreciated now and for eons to come. So organic, so lovely.

  • POEM: The Love Song Of J. Alfred Prufrock by T. S. Eliot (10/13/2005 5:58:00 AM)

    Anyone interested in TSE? I recommend that you watch the film 'Tom and Viv.' It is not the most flattering portrayal of Eliot; however, as the previous reviewer notes, he crafted his poetry during a time of immense historical upheaval and I felt that the film did a terrific job of conveying that to its audience. A gem with some great performances.

    Also notable is the film 'Til Human Voices Wake Us, ' the title actually being a line from the poem. It stars Guy Pearce/Helena Bonham Carter. Great flick, but just references the poem.

  • POEM: A Crazed Girl by William Butler Yeats (2/16/2005 5:27:00 PM)

    This poem spoke - no, almost shouted from the rooftops - to me. I am going through some serious personal issues in my life at this time and I so resonate with this poem, it's almost frightenening. I think it's beautiful, and sad, and so full of truth. Thanks for having it on your site. I thought I knew Yeats pretty well, but it's the first I've seen of this, and I'll memorize it forever.

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