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|-Robert Frost With the so-called modern poets, a dislocated world demands a |
dislocated poem to describe it. Oliver St. John Gogarty ... -Robert Frost You will
not find poetry anywhere unless you bring some of it with you. -Joubert Poetry is ...
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Excellence, Art, Celebration, Communication, ... Nicolas Boileau-Desprιaux,
1636-1711 ~ You will not find poetry anywhere unless you bring some of it with
you. ~ Joseph ...
|Hubbard, Elbert A good poet's made as well as born. - Johnson, Ben You will not |
find poetry anywhere unless you bring some of it with you. - Joubert, Joseph
Poetry, even when apparently most fantastic, is always a revolt against artifice, ...
|One day in retrospect the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful. |
Sigmund Freud 1055. You will not find poetry anywhere unless you bring
some of it with you. Joseph Joubert 1056. There ain't nothing from the outside
|You will not find poetry anywhere unless you bring some of it with you. Joseph |
Joubert (French moralist and literary critic, 1754 − 1824) Fine art is the art of
genius. Genius is the talent which gives the rule to art. Immanuel Kant (German ...
|When power corrupts, poetry cleanses. John F. Kennedy You arrive at truth |
through poetry; I arrive at poetry through truth. You will not find poetry
anywhere unless you bring it with you. JosephJoubert All that is best in the
|If you are simply waiting for some meaning to come into your life, you are waiting |
like a beggar with a begging bowl. ... You will not find anywhere that poetry which
gives you significance unless you bring it into existence, unless you create it.
|With her left side to him, he laid his hand lightly on one of the few places that |
were not bruised. "Sore? ... She tilted her head a little and said, ―the French
writer Joubert says we can find no poetry anywhere unless we bring some with
|Poetry "You will not find poetry anywhere unless you bring some of it with you." |
Jonm Jounu "Poetry is the art of substantiating shadows." "Why should it happen
that among the great many women whom I see and am fond of, suddenly ...
|You have a portion, true ; unless you choose To wait, 'till she's dispos'd of by |
her brother In marriage without dower : then yourself ... Was not without a reason,
and the dower, They will pretend, was given you by her father, To give to her ;
with that you were so generous. ... No, by no means : For I do know for certain, he
could eat up That, and the very place too, where 'tis hid ; Where I'm afraid to ... No
, no, you'll find they have an answer ready : "Indeed I have it not, I cannot lend
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