It would be a major understatement to say that the speaker of "somewhere i have never travelled,gladly beyond" has been pricked by Cupid's arrow of love. It's more like he's been blown apart by Cupid's love-grenade. Like a lot of love poems, this one amps up the power that the lover has over its speaker, giving her almost supernatural powers that rival the forces of nature itself. The piece is also similar to many traditional love poems in that the speaker spends a lot of time talking about his lover's eyes, and in that the poem uses the well-worn symbol of a rose. In the hands of a lesser poet, these elements might seem trite, but Cummings is a wordwizard extraordinaire, who can conjure a classic from clichés.
The relationship portrayed in the poem between the speaker and his lover demonstrates a complex understanding of the human heart in all its unknowable complexities. Deep, right?
The speaker is in a seriously dysfunctional relationship. He needs to get out now—like, right now.