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E.E. Cummings "anyone lived in a pretty how town" I first read this poem and I thought of love, two people in love. Anyone and noone are in love and that's what matters for them, to be in love with each other and with life. It involves the day, the night, and the way the weather affects. The seasons revolve and the kids develop to become adults. As I read the poem I understood there were three sections to it. Which consist of anybody and noone, "women and men" in line four, and the kids. The first stanza is odd the first time you read it. You do not know "anybody" is a person and not just anybody. I believe that line six is referring to all of the adults in the town, Cummings doesn't want us to believe about the town people as independent people but as a whole group undistinguishable from on the other. This is advised in line five where it states "small and little", he is grouping them in quite close together. The children are separated into there own group. As they rise through the seasons in lines nine, ten, and eleven, they pass on into maturity. They in essence no more exist in the poem. The bells ringing might have something to do with them becoming adults, because I do not see them about some other areas of the poem. The bells seem to be an significant part the city since they're mentioned in the next line of this poem and those specific lines are replicated in line twenty five, sixth stanza of th...