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A Poet's Advice (1958)

FATHER DEAR. BE,


YOUR FATHER-GOOD
AND GOOD,
HE IS GOOD NOW, IT IS
NOT GOOD TO SEE IT
RAIN,
FATHER DEAR IS, IT,
DEAR, NO FATHER
DEAR,
LOVE, YOU DEAR,

ESTLIN
one day a nigger
caught in his hand
a little star no
bigger
than not to
understand

"i'll never let you go


until you've made
me white"
so she did and now
stars shine at night.
a kike is the most
dangerous
machine as yet
invented
by even yankee
ingenu
ity(out of a jew a
few
dead dollars and
some twisted laws)
it comes both
prigged and canted
Edward Estlin "E. E." Cummings (October 14, 1894 September 3, 1962),
e e cummings, as he sometimes signed his name, was an American poet, painter,
essayist, author, and playwright. He wrote approximately 2900 poems,
two autobiographical novels, four plays, and several essays.