William Carlos Williams: "This is Just to Say"
In this poem the speaker talks about eating plums that someone else was saving, and feels guilty about it according to the choppy way that the sentences are broken up in different lines.
E. E. Cummings: "l(a"
In this poem the word "loneliness" is separated by the words "a leaf falls" in parenthesis throughout different lines, and both the separation and the description of the falling leaf represent loneliness.
Ezra Pound: "In a Station of the Metro"
In this two line poem the speaker relates all of the faces he sees in the crowd to petals on branches of trees.