Puella Mea

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"Puella Mea" is a poem by E. E. Cummings. It is notable as his longest poem, at 290 lines. The title is Latin and translates as "My Girl", referring to Elaine Orr Thayer, his first wife, and the mother of his only child.

"Puella Mea" was first published in the January 1921 issue of the Dial, and then in Tulips and Chimneys, Cummings' first collection of poetry. In 1949, it was published as a separate book by Golden Eagle Press. The book featured illustrations by Cummings, Paul Klee, Amedeo Modigliani, and Pablo Picasso.

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