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In which poem did E. E. Cummings mention Bricktop?

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It might be called "She enters through a dense electric twilight" ... most of his poems are untitled, and so they are known by their first lines. I think that is the first line of this one about Josephine Baker... although as far as I can see he never uses the word "Bricktop."

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