"Since Feeling is First" by E. E. Cummings Divide this poem into sentences that express complete thoughts. Where does each sentence begin and end?
One of the challenges with the poetry of e. e. cummings is to achieve precisely what you have mentioned - it is difficult to break it down into logical sentence structure. Obviously you might come up with some different answers but here is a suggestion to get you started:
Since feeling is first who pays any attention to teh syntax of things will never wholly kiss you.
Wholly to be a fool whilst Sprin is in the world.
My blood approves, and kisses are a beter fate than wisdom.
Lady I swear by all flowers.
Don't cry - the best gesture of my brain is less that your eyelids' flutter which says we are for each other.
Then laugh, leaning back in my arms.
For life's not a paragraph and death I think is no paranthesis.
Hope this helps!