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Masahide Poetry quotes by Trista Mateer
#1. I am going to hurt you.
You are going to hurt me.

But we will do it with practiced fingers
and passionate mouths
and I swear to god

it will be worth something. #Quote by Trista Mateer
Masahide Poetry quotes by Peter S. Beagle
#2. Oh, it's a beautiful day, it's an elegant, graceful day, and I'm sailing down the Strip in glamorous Las Vegas, on my motor scooter, in company with a certified illegal prostitute who loves poetry and remembers it. Sonofabitch, I'm a real writer! I used to worry about it, but no more. Life is good. #Quote by Peter S. Beagle
Masahide Poetry quotes by Mary Shelley
#3. Oh, come to me in dreams, my love!
I will not ask a dearer bliss;
Come with the starry beams, my love,
And press mine eyelids with thy kiss. #Quote by Mary Shelley
Masahide Poetry quotes by Jay Sheets
#4. i hugged myself as a child & told

Myself that everything was perfect in the petrichor

The smell of pure innocence & earthy & earthly

Innocence that stays in the clothes I only wear

on good days… #Quote by Jay Sheets
Masahide Poetry quotes by Lauren Groff
#5. Poetry is what he turns to these days, finding in its fragmentation the proper echo of the disintegrating world. #Quote by Lauren Groff
Masahide Poetry quotes by Billy Collins
#6. I could feel the day offering itself to me,
and I wanted nothing more
than to be in the moment-but which moment?
Not that one, or that one, or that one, #Quote by Billy Collins
Masahide Poetry quotes by William Blake
#7. Each man is haunted until his humanity awakens. #Quote by William Blake
Masahide Poetry quotes by Edward Hirsch
#8. I don't think poetry will die, but I think that poetry does demand a certain kind of attention to language. It does demand a certain space in order to read it, and I think that space is somewhat threatened by the lack of attention that people have and the amount of time that they give to things. #Quote by Edward Hirsch
Masahide Poetry quotes by Steve Martin
#9. When I first started doing my stand-up act, I played the banjo, did comedy, magic tricks, juggled, read poetry. I stuck it all in. I didn't know you were supposed to just stand up and tell jokes. Essentially, that's what my act became: those five elements - except I dropped the poetry. #Quote by Steve Martin
Masahide Poetry quotes by Bryana Johnson
#10. I scratch down happiness, I
want my ink to do happy dances,
to careen across the pages staggering
like a drunken fellow, giddy
on moonshine or sunset. #Quote by Bryana Johnson
Masahide Poetry quotes by Emmanuelle Soni-Dessaigne
#11. So love me
Like a rainbow
(It's your rain due to my sun)
Love me
Between two seasons
(It's like two bodies that collide)
Love me with your lips and not with your mouth
(Your fire is the only one that touches me)
Love me
With your fingers and not your hand
(And open me like the morning
Wakes up the flower from its sorrow)
Love me
When the day is discreet
Drink my shyness like dew
And devastate my burned earth
When the day comes to decline
Love me
In this ephemeral
What is to be, what is not yet
All I have of solitary
Only speaks about your arms
Love me
In this hollow
Love me
In this space
Where we can still grow
For you are all that I embrace.
( I hear of voice
in all the noise of the world.) #Quote by Emmanuelle Soni-Dessaigne
Masahide Poetry quotes by Aldous Huxley
#12. For until this morning I had known contemplation only in its humbler, its more ordinary forms - as discursive thinking; as a rapt absorption in poetry or painting or music, as a patient waiting upon those inspirations, without which even the prosiest writer cannot hope to accomplish anything; as occasional glimpses, in nature, of Wordsworth's 'something far more deeply interfused'; as systematic silence leading, sometimes, to hints of an 'obscure knowledge'. But now I knew contemplation at its height. #Quote by Aldous Huxley
Masahide Poetry quotes by Soman Gouda
#13. a broken mirror
tries hard to fix itself
everytime she smiles at it #Quote by Soman Gouda
Masahide Poetry quotes by Alfa Holden
#14. What is it about those unresolved endings that cause you to question every decision when you're trying to move forward? #Quote by Alfa Holden
Masahide Poetry quotes by John Ciardi
#15. One night I dreamed I was locked in my Father's watch
With Ptolemy and twenty-one ruby stars
Mounted on spheres and the Primum Mobile
Coiled and gleaming to the end of space
And the notched spheres eating each other's rinds
To the last tooth of time, and the case closed. #Quote by John Ciardi
Masahide Poetry quotes by Lord Alfred Douglas
#16. All good poetry is forged slowly and patiently, link by link, with sweat and blood and tears. #Quote by Lord Alfred Douglas
Masahide Poetry quotes by Jyoti Patel
#17. I know
He is the only one
For I feel surrounded
By a thousand golden fairies
In the dark

He is the only one
For he touched my soul
With his words
Before my body with fingers
For he kissed my heart
Before planting a kiss on my lips #Quote by Jyoti Patel
Masahide Poetry quotes by Dylan Thomas
#18. Poetry is what makes my toenails twinkle. #Quote by Dylan Thomas
Masahide Poetry quotes by Debasish Mridha
#19. A knowledgeable person without a curious mind is like poetry without essence. #Quote by Debasish Mridha
Masahide Poetry quotes by Edna St. Vincent Millay
#20. Never May the Fruit Be Plucked"

Never, never may the fruit be plucked from the bough
And gathered into barrels.
He that would eat of love must eat it where it hangs.
Though the branches bend like reeds,
Though the ripe fruit splash in the grass or wrinkle on the tree,
He that would eat of love may bear away with him
Only what his belly can hold,
Nothing in the apron,
Nothing in the pockets.
Never, never may the fruit be gathered from the bough
And harvested in barrels.
The winter of love is a cellar of empty bins,
In an orchard soft with rot. #Quote by Edna St. Vincent Millay
Masahide Poetry quotes by Wilder Poetry
#21. I will hold the colour gold in my hands and show you how beautiful this life can be even when your eyes have forgotten how to see the light. #Quote by Wilder Poetry
Masahide Poetry quotes by Charles Simic
#22. One writes because one has been touched by the yearning for and the despair of ever touching the Other. #Quote by Charles Simic
Masahide Poetry quotes by Eliza Griswold
#23. In most of the world, poetry has such a different reputation than it does in Western culture. #Quote by Eliza Griswold
Masahide Poetry quotes by Robert Graves
#24. I love, therefore I am. #Quote by Robert Graves
Masahide Poetry quotes by Naveen Andrews
#25. I'm not an academic, but I've always loved poetry since I've been small. #Quote by Naveen Andrews
Masahide Poetry quotes by Gary Hamel
#26. As human beings, we are the only organisms that create for the sheer stupid pleasure of doing so. Whether it's laying out a garden, composing a new tune on the piano, writing a bit of poetry, manipulating a digital photo, redecorating a room, or inventing a new chili recipe - we are happiest when we are creating. #Quote by Gary Hamel
Masahide Poetry quotes by Piyush Rohankar
#27. We lose more than we ever gain, But this lust just never ends, So gather whatever you may today, Before time comes and takes everything away… #Quote by Piyush Rohankar
Masahide Poetry quotes by George Eliot
#28. It is always fatal to have music or poetry interrupted. #Quote by George Eliot
Masahide Poetry quotes by Mark Strand
#29. Poetry is something that happens in universities, in creative writing programs or in English departments. #Quote by Mark Strand
Masahide Poetry quotes by Edwin Lutyens
#30. And any stone being mentally handled must become endowed with such poetry and artistry as God has given you. #Quote by Edwin Lutyens
Masahide Poetry quotes by Tessa Emily Hall
#31. Your poetry--it doesn't deserve to be locked away, hidden from the rest of the world. And neither do you. #Quote by Tessa Emily Hall
Masahide Poetry quotes by Victor Manan
#32. If you have to run then learn from Bolt, if you have to fight watch Muhammad Ali`s jab and grab punches, if dunking with a basketball does it for you why not pull a Vince Carter or fly in like Michael Jordan , if science and evolution tickles your fancy have you read "Evolution" by Charles Darwin?

Well, Like Martin Luther king said " If a man is called to be a street sweeper, he should sweep streets even as Michelangelo painted, or Beethoven composed music, or Shakespeare wrote poetry. He should sweep streets so well that all the hosts of heaven and earth will pause to say, here lived a great street sweeper who did his job well."

So pickup that broom , get started and stop complaining! #Quote by Victor Manan
Masahide Poetry quotes by Christina Strigas
#33. I'm an open book in a closed room. #Quote by Christina Strigas
Masahide Poetry quotes by Douglas Adams
#34. Then who is it?" said Arthur. "Well," said Ford, "if we're lucky it's just the Vogons come to throw us in to space." "And if we're unlucky?" "If we're unlucky," said Ford grimly, "the captain might be serious in his threat that he's going to read us some of his poetry first ... . #Quote by Douglas Adams
Masahide Poetry quotes by Allen Grossman
#35. Poetry is a principle of power invoked by all of us against our vanishing. #Quote by Allen Grossman
Masahide Poetry quotes by Melody Lee
#36. Don't be afraid of your struggles, they are making you dangerously strong and wise. They are preparing you for your superpowers. Let them happen, otherwise you'll stay in the same damn place you've always been, and until you know there is so much more awesomeness in the world you'll be content in your tiny cocoon, spinning the same circles day in and day out. Your struggles are transforming you. #Quote by Melody Lee
Masahide Poetry quotes by Hilde Domin
#37. A poem is a frozen moment
melted by each reader for themselves
to flow into the here and now. #Quote by Hilde Domin
Masahide Poetry quotes by Carol Shields
#38. I like to chant a couple of lines of poetry into the ozone layer every day or so, another caller says. #Quote by Carol Shields
Masahide Poetry quotes by Adrian Mitchell
#39. Written poetry is different. Best thing is to see it in performance first, then read it. Performance is more provocative. #Quote by Adrian Mitchell
Masahide Poetry quotes by Alexander Calder
#40. To most people who look at a mobile, it's no more than a series of flat objects that move. To a few, though, it may be poetry. #Quote by Alexander Calder
Masahide Poetry quotes by Saul Bellow
#41. I am a more disinterested Ginsberg admirer than Eddie is. Eddie, so to speak, comes to the table with a croupier's rake. He works for the house. He skims from poetry. #Quote by Saul Bellow
Masahide Poetry quotes by Alfa Holden
#42. How to raise sons who respect women:
Never give them the opportunity to see you disrespect yourself. #Quote by Alfa Holden
Masahide Poetry quotes by K'naan
#43. The poetry I grew up on is really an intense form of poetry; it's so pure and powerful. #Quote by K'naan
Masahide Poetry quotes by Mary Butts
#44. I blessed the power which has filled my life with poetry. #Quote by Mary Butts
Masahide Poetry quotes by Charles Bukowski
#45. The place trembled with sound. I didn't need to do anything. They would do it all. But you had to be careful. Drunk as they were they could immediately detect any false gesture, any false word. You could never underestimate an audience. They had paid to get in; they had paid for drinks; they intended to get something and if you didn't give it to them they'd run you right into the ocean. #Quote by Charles Bukowski
Masahide Poetry quotes by Colishia S. Benjamin
#46. There is no limitation, to where God can take you. Think of all the possibilities of what he could give you. #Quote by Colishia S. Benjamin
Masahide Poetry quotes by Audre Lorde
#47. Of all the art forms, poetry is the most economical. It is the one which is the most secret, which requires the least physical labor, the least material, and the one which can be done between shifts, in the hospital pantry, on the subway, and on scraps of surplus paper. Over the last few years, writing a novel on tight finances, I came to appreciate the enormous differences in the material demands between poetry and prose. As we reclaim our literature, poetry has been the major voice of poor, working class, and Colored women. A room of one's own may be a necessity for writing prose, but so are reams of paper, a typewriter, and plenty of time. #Quote by Audre Lorde

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