May I Feel Said He

May I Feel Said He The poem may i feel said he is a sensually ecstatic tribute to love and a humorous salute to the mating rituals between men and women Originally published in Cumming s No Thanks collection may i

  • Title: May I Feel Said He
  • Author: E.E. Cummings Marc Chagall Linda Sunshine
  • ISBN: 9780941807005
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The poem may i feel said he is a sensually ecstatic tribute to love and a humorous salute to the mating rituals between men and women Originally published in Cumming s 1935 No Thanks collection, may i feel said he is one of the poet s most original and best loved works.Marc Chagall s floating lovers and violin playing horses are the perfect complement to Cumming s whimiscThe poem may i feel said he is a sensually ecstatic tribute to love and a humorous salute to the mating rituals between men and women Originally published in Cumming s 1935 No Thanks collection, may i feel said he is one of the poet s most original and best loved works.Marc Chagall s floating lovers and violin playing horses are the perfect complement to Cumming s whimiscal poem Chagall s lyrical work always reflected the artist s fascination with the many facets of love Is it not true that painting and color are inspired by love he wrote in 1973, at the age of 85 The twenty three diverse paintings in this collection include many works that have rarely been seen in publicy i feel said he is a stunning marriage of art and poetry and a giddy celebration of love.

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    1. This poem combined with the voice of Tom Hiddleston is freaking mind-blowing not to mention ovary-destroying. Definitely my favorite poem of all time. Literally had to fan myself throughoutCan't get over his voice, très glorieuxI admit that I solely seek out this poem just to hear Tom's voice, but after repeated listening (I mean, can you really blame me?), the message behind it is powerful, if not all too familiar regarding the power play between men and women. Reading the interpretation made [...]

    2. Close to the end of reading Camus's The Plague, a devastating dystopian work, and I stumbled on to this poem via my feed and saw that the break it provides is a perfect antidote to the bleak aspects of the novel, a respite, a swim in the ocean like Dr. Rieux and his friend Tarrou take as a break before dealing with more and more victims.Oh! The poem! Not one of cummings's best, but it's so fun, and especially read with the sultry voice of Tom Hiddleston. Hear it here:soundcloud/evencki/may-i-

    3. “may i feel said he(i'll squeal said shejust once said he)it's fun said she’’Mind. Officially. Blown. The poem is so overwhelming. Thank you Mr. Hiddleston. Thank you Mr. Cummings. I read/listened to this one thanks to the great review of Aisyah. (click on the name to see the review)First of all; OH MY. Tom Hiddleston's voice. I've never enjoyed a poem so much!! Second of all; OH MY. The poem. How come such a short poem can be so much fun to listen and read? I enjoyed so much the rhyme sch [...]

    4. I think for the most part, I love everything about this poem. I just heard this on an audio read by Tom Hiddleston, and I think I just heard this poem even more beautiful with his voice.

    5. Holy fuck said shemy ovaries exploded said sheand by she I mean totally meConsidering that I would listen to Tom Hiddleston read his grocery list, listening to him reading poetry is beyond-this-world amazing. I think I replayed the audio more than five times already thanks Tamara for making me listen to this awesomeness, you can read her review here.As for the poem itself, I loved it. It's short and filled with a mix of sexual tension and humor in an effortless and natural way. It the first poem [...]

    6. What's better than Tom Hiddleston reading out this sensual work of art in his extraordinarily fine voice? NOTHING.

    7. Apsolutna, čista, ekstatična erotika. Dvoje ljudi, dva glasa, dve misli, jedna želja. Kako je moguće da u tako malo reči stane ceo jedan svet?

    8. Are you kidding? e.e. cummings poem "may i feel said he/(i'll squeal said she" with paintings by Marc Chagall. Orgasmic!

    9. This deserves a higher star rating than I'm giving it. I love Marc Chagall, and his paintings are used to great effect here. But, I don't have any such enthusiasm for this poem or for e. e. cummings as a poet in general. In fact, whenever people claim he's their favourite, I always want a justification, although I obviously have no business demanding such a thing. But the book as an object, yes, it's lovely.

    10. I love the unexpected depth to this, the way Cummings plays with language and syntax to create a completely unique style. It is more art than poetry, I think, only the medium happens to be words instead of paint, or pencils.

    11. Discovered in late spring and saved (it was not easily held back) as a Valentine's Day gift for my twisted love. Combines the charm of illicit sex with the craft of ee cummings and the dreamwork of Marc Chagall. What more can one say?

    12. I absolutely adored this poem. Although I was initially taken aback by the boldness of the content, I greatly appreciated the genius of cummings and what he reveals about the wants and desires of the two opposite sexes.

    13. Beautiful and sensual poem by E.E. Cummings. It's the first thing I've read from him and it definitely won't be the last.Oh & I looked up readings of it online afterward and there's a wonderful one by Tom Hiddleston (you know, the actor). Really adds something to it.

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