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if everything happens that can't be done

if everything happens that can't be done


by E.E. Cummings

if everything happens that can't be done Awe and Amazement Quotes

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Quote #4

we're anything brighter than even the sun (37)

This line, which uses hyperbole, or super duper exaggeration, continues to demonstrate the awe and amazement that is love.

Quote #5

we're wonderful one times one (45)

The poem wraps up with a simple description of the feelings of awe and amazement in this anything-is-possible poem. It's wonderful to be not two people, but one times one.

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