Love is more thicker than forget
By E. E. Cummings
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Poem Analysis

I think that the poem "Love is more thicker than forget" by E. E. Cummings is about how love is something that stays with us forever and we feel love for people or things no matter where we go. It is also about how love can basically withstand everything, can stay with us forever and it is everywhere. For example, in line 14, talking about love, he says "And more it cannot die". Here shows how love is so powerful that it stays with us because it can't die. This poem uses rhyming to entertain the reader. The rhyme scheme of this poem is A B A B C D C D E F E F C G C G. This type of rhyme scheme is almost like a sonnet but it gives the poem a certain rhythm. This poem also uses alliteration. For example, in line 5 Cummings says "more mad and moonly". He also uses consonance in line 13 when he says "most sane and sunly". Cummings also uses imagery in lines 7 and 8 when he says "than all the sea which only is deeper than the sea". Here we can imagine the ocean and the how deep the sea is. We get a feeling of how love can be deeper than the sea.