2021-08-18 06:00

WS Merwin, Introduction to Second Four Books of Poems:

…poetry like speech itself is made out of paradox, contradiction, irresolvables … It uses comparision to speak of what cannot be compared. It cannot be conscripted even into the service of good intentions.


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