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a poet never feels useful.
Growing old is, of all things we experience, that which takes the
Human relations just are not fixed in their orbits like the planets
Love opens the doors into everything, as far as I can see,
Family life! The United Nations is child’s play compared to the tugs
A man with a talent does what is expected of him, makes
Though friendship is not quick to burn it is explosive stuff.
One has only to set a loved human being against the fact
What can I have that I still want?
We can do anything, or almost, but how balanced, magnanimous, and modest
Flowers and plants are silent presences. They nourish every sense except the ear.
It is dangerous it seems to me for a civilization when there
If we are to understand the human condition, and if we are
We are not saved by good deeds; we are saved for good
I can’t wait to be seen as a woman. But I know
I’ll tell you this: You have to remember to chase and catch
I’m an inherently happy person. It comes from the inside, which means
Most poets who have little or nothing to say are concerned primarily
It wasn’t until I was 26 or 25 when I started sending work out to magazines.
Since so many romantic comedies vary little in their storyline, the success
A thing is not necessarily true because a man dies for it.