You can find Cummings and all sorts of other poets on this website, which has ordinary folks talking about which poems they like – and why.
Cummings wasn’t just a major poet. He was a pretty intense painter, as well. Check out his works here.
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…and it’s accompanied by some strange video footage from the '20s. We can’t even begin to tell you how strange it is.
The guy who posted these videos is a serious fan. Seriously.
That’s the British Broadcasting Company, folks. And it tends to have good stuff. Check out the clip of Cummings talking about what it means for him to be an artist.
Not only is this a fabulous name, it’s also a fabulous website, chock-full of audio recordings of all your favorite sound poets.
A picture of our poet:
This time he’s even holding his own sketchbook…with a painting of himself…holding a sketchbook…
The collection includes "in Just-"
Cummings wrote "in Just-" as part of a collection of poetry which references Blake’s Songs of Innocence. Check them out – believe us, the poems aren’t as innocent as you might think.