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Poetry seems especially like nothing else so much as itself.
Poetry is not like, it is the very lining of the inner life.
Poetry is a necessity of life.
Readers have to be sought out and won to the light of the page, poem by poem, one by one by one.
Almost none of the poetries I admire stick to their labels, native or adopted ones. Rather, they are vagrant in their identifications. Tramp poets, there you go, a new label for those with unstable allegiances.
I am suggesting that the radical of poetry lies not in the
resolution of doubts but in their proliferation
Everyone in their car needs love.
The artistic reward for refuting the received national tradition is liberation.
The price is homelessness. Interior exile.
Poetry is the language of intensity. Because we are going to die, an expression of intensity is justified.
It is a function of poetry to locate those zones inside us that would be free, and declare them so.
Uniformity, in its motives, its goals, its far-ranging consequences, is the natural enemy of poetry, not to mention the enemy of trees, the soil, the exemplary life therein.