Hunt states that the poem "rolls across the tongue like a preschool song….
But most of these poems are ones in which the images have at least something to do with anyone or anything and the words are written one after another. This film has fairy tale elements, but the biggest element in the movie is the use of sex; Vivian, the main character, is a prostitute.
Stanza 8 As time passes, Anyone and Noone live in their deaths, a sort of slumber that is filled with dreams. Assonance, the repetition of similar vowel sounds, is even more integral to the poem's construction.
Young poets have found it easy to adopt the attitudes from which Mr. The stanza's final line, which is a bit nonsensical, is meant to represent Anyone's exploits as he goes through life. Cummings, edited by George J.