I am doing a lot of writing for the church right now (annual report, column in the news letter, sermons, etc.) and I just don’t feel like I have a lot of words left in me tonite. So I thought I would share a poem – someone else’s words, instead of my own. Only, I couldn’t remember the name of the poem. I knew it was ee cummings, and there was some mention of the sky in it. But that’s all. I’ve been searching for this poem for a while now. Tonite as I searched for it, I suddenly remembered the line “than all the sky which only is higher than the sky”.
Yay! With that I was able to find it!
I am not sure I have ever known what this poem means, but I have always loved it.
So without further adieu, here is:
[love is more thicker than forget] by ee cummings.