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The truth, as the light, makes blind.
Yes, and when the love of life disappears, no meaning can console us.
You know, [women] do not really condemn any weakness: rather, they try
The great courage is to stare as squarely at the light as at death.
You have to be very rich or very poor to live without a trade.
Only the sea, murmurous behind the dingy checkerboard of houses, told of
I am too far away from what I love and my distance is without remedy.
Death means nothing to men like me. It’s the event that proves them right.
In our society, any man who doesn’t cry at his mother’s funeral
Everybody knows that pestilences have a way of recurring in the world;
All that remains is a fate whose outcome alone is fatal. Outside
Between history and the eternal I have chosen history because I like
I spent a long time looking at faces, drinking in smiles. Am
For a poet, making poems is a way of viewing the world, being in the world, breathing.
Tired? I don’t think so. I’m in such good shape that I could box even 25 rounds.
I’ve always been more comfortable sinking while clutching a good theory than
I remember we all cried like the Missouri when my Uncle Sol’s
In this world people may throw stones, in the path of your success.
You want to know what a robot’s designed for. And if it’s
I actually love working with accents. I don’t know, something about it
Doing my own album provided me the opportunity to say whatever I wanted.