|The Emmett Lee Dickinson Museum||
A poem by E. E. Cummings -- dedicated to the souls who make up Trump's COVID19 Death Toll:
From Jim Asher, the world’s leading authority on Emmett Lee Dickinson:
It’s finally Spring, that time of year deemed by Emmett Lee Dickinson as “March mudness” and E. E. Cummings as “mud luscious.”
Spring is also the name of The Journal of the E. E. Cummings Society, and the most recent issue – Fall 2015 (which covers 2015 and 2016) – was actually published at the end of 2016. If you don’t have a copy, be sure to contact the Cummings Society to see if they had additional copies – it’s wonderful!
For more information about Spring, the Journal of the E. E. Cummings Society, click HERE.
Dickinson's poem "Not at home to Callers" (below on the left) inspired third cousin Emily to pen her poem by the same name (below on the right).
For more of Dickinson's poetry on "March Madness," click HERE.
A poetry log for the Emmett Lee Dickinson Museum (above the coin-op Laundromat on Dickinson Boulevard in historic Washerst, Pennsylvania).