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I thought the shortest poem was ;
"I, 
Why?"
WE ME WOULD MAKE MUCH MORRE SENCE
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I'm so pleased to see

Me
We

acknowledged properly. Who could prefer Adam..etc. (whatever it is, it's too long) after thinking about M. Ali delivering these words.
See the Oscar-winning documentary 'When We Were Kings' for some analysis of this poem by Norman Mailer, as I remember. The lyrics to one of the many great songs in the film says 'When one man climbs, the rest are lifted up' about Ali's impact on the population of Zaire.
Ralph Taylor is correct, except for his spelling of the second word.

The poem, correctly spelled, is:

Me
We
Mr Taylor,good to someone has gotten it correct. So many sites have Adam Had 'em.
My complements to the chief
Mr Q
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i think

I
Hi !!!

is better Emotion: big smile
The shortest poem in the world has been attributed to the American poet Eli Siegel. See below:
One Question
I --
Why?
By Eli Siegel
From Hot Afternoons Have Been in Montana: Poems (Definition Press)
© 1957 by Eli Siegel
http://www.aestheticrealism.net/poetry/One-Question.html
The shortest poem in the world, Eli Siegel's "One Question," appears on page 12 in his first book of poems, "Hot Afternoons Have Been in Montana: Poems," published in 1957 by Definition Press in New York. In his note to the poem (page 102) he states, "One Question appeared in the Literary Review of the New York Evening Post, 1925."

One Question
I -
Why ?

by Eli Siegel

From Hot Afternoons Have Been in Montana: Poems (Definition Press)
© 1957 by Eli Siegel

http://www.aestheticrealism.net/poetry/One-Question.html

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Hmm.

Me We and I Why seem to be the same length: 2 words, 4 letters.
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