i have found what you are like by EE cummings
- •i have found what you are like
- •the rain, (Who feathers frightened fields with the superior dust-of-sleep.
- •wields easily the pale club of the wind and swirled justly souls of flower strike the air in utterable coolness
- •deeds of green thrilling light with thinned newfragile yellows lurch and.press
- •in the woods which stutter and sing And the coolness of your smile is stirringofbirds between my arms;but i should rather than anything have(almost when hugeness will shut quietly)almost,
- •Your kiss