Quote by E.E. Cummings: “I carry your heart with me (I carry it in my he...”
[i carry your heart with me(i carry it in]
Sign in. Dan : There's no going back. If you're given a reprieve, I think it's good to remember just how thin it is. Dan : I wasn't trying to wreck Candy's life. I was trying to make mine better.
In this poem, Cummings focuses on the power and unity of love, and how love connects not just two individuals but also the world at large. It is evident from this poem that Cummings had a soft spot for topics having to do with love. The speaker in the poem is completely in love with his significant other and says that their relationship is nothing like others. The poem relates to not just two lovers, but to any relationship. In the first part of the poem, the speaker claims that whatever he does, he does it for his lover, that his lover is with him always, and that he is always thinking about his lover. Cummings exaggerates the way the speaker loves his significant other.