Best Poetry Quotes

Best Poetry Quotes

We have listed few best Poetry quotes it is one of the best ever collection on the internet of top Poetry quotes which we’ve collected from some top internet sources and collect them here for you.

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Few Powerful & Best Poetry Quotes

"A poet is someone who is astonished by everything."
by Anon.

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"I don't see how poetry can ever be easy... Real poetry, the thick, dense, intense, complicated stuff that lives and endures, requires blood sweat; blood and sweat are essential elements in poetry as well as behind it."
by Edward Abbey

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"A poem records emotions and moods that lie beyond normal language, that can only be patched together and hinted at metaphorically."
by Diane Ackerman

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"Poetry is finer and more philosophical than history; for poetry expresses the universal, and history only the particular."
by Aristotle

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"Homer has taught all other poets the are of telling lies skillfully."
by Aristotle

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Quotes are very powerful and, on the surface, they are just a bunch of some wonderful words but when you ponder and think carefully over them, they reveal some powerful ideas to solve your problems.

In simple words we can say that everyone loves quotes just because how relatable they can be with your real life and that’s all what it matters about a good quote.

A Good Quote must be simplistic and easy to understand and remember, and they also must be relatable with what is in our heart. In addition to this I also think that quotes are very helpful and they help you to focus on your work at a particular time and there are also some more good quotes which give you an ability to think more effectively and bring some wonderful ideas from your mind.

Unfortunately, we always try to do something grateful every time in our life and fail, which will lead to discouragements for us. Every time we try do something like our school projects, our office project and college stuffs and at the end we fail, we start to feel discourage.  Maybe you are trying to get a good job and going for the interviews from a month or more and not getting good job. Maybe you are trying to lose your weight and not getting into shape.

After all these problems some good bunch of words which we say a good quote can motivate you and bring some happiness into your life. A good quote can also motivate you to do your work more efficiently and be focused all the time.

So here I have a good bunch of all those words which we have collected from some top internet sources. Here is our best ever collection of Poetry quotes which we could find. Some will make you think and uplift your, but the most important thing is some of my Poetry quotes will inspire you to live a wonderful life.

We’ve shuffle the quotes by author name, there are few unknown author’s Poetry quotes as well. Hope you fill find these inspiring as they meant to be.

Best Poetry Quotes by Various Authors

"Written poetry is worth reading once, and then should be destroyed. Let the dead poets make way for others. Then we might even come to see that it is our veneration for what has already been created, however beautiful and valid it may be, that petrifies us."
by Antonin Artaud

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"There is the view that poetry should improve your life. I think people confuse it with the Salvation Army."
by John Ashbery

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"It takes most men five years to recover from a college education, and to learn that poetry is as vital to thinking as knowledge."
by Brooks Atkinson

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"I cannot accept the doctrine that in poetry there is a suspension of belief. A poet must never make a statement simply because it is sounds poetically exciting; he must also believe it to be true."
by W. H. Auden

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"It is a sad fact about our culture that a poet can earn much more money writing or talking about his art than he can by practicing it."
by W. H. Auden

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"Poetry makes nothing happen. It survives in the valley of its saying."
by W. H. Auden

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"Rhymes, meters, stanza forms, etc., are like servants. If the master is fair enough to win their affection and firm enough to command their respect, the result is an orderly happy household. If he is too tyrannical, they give notice; if he lacks authority, they become slovenly, impertinent, drunk and dishonest."
by W. H. Auden

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"As a poet there is only one political duty, and that is to defend one's language against corruption. When it is corrupted, people lose faith in what they hear and this leads to violence."
by W. H. Auden

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"The poets did well to conjoin music and medicine, because the office of medicine is but to tune the curious harp of man's body."
by Francis Bacon

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"I gave up on new poetry myself thirty years ago, when most of it began to read like coded messages passing between lonely aliens on a hostile world."
by Russell Baker

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"I've read some of your modern free verse and wonder who set it free."
by John Barrymore

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"Who among us has not, in moments of ambition, dreamt of the miracle of a form of poetic prose, musical but without rhythm and rhyme, both supple and staccato enough to adapt itself to the lyrical movements of our souls, the undulating movements of our reveries, and the convulsive movements of our consciences? This obsessive ideal springs above all from frequent contact with enormous cities, from the junction of their innumerable connections."
by Charles Baudelaire

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"Poetry and progress are like two ambitious men who hate one another with an instinctive hatred, and when they meet upon the same road, one of them has to give place."
by Charles Baudelaire

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"Any healthy man can go without food for two days -- but not without poetry."
by Charles Baudelaire

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"The poet is like the prince of cloudsWho haunts the tempest and laughs at the archer;Exiled on the ground in the midst of jeers,His giant wings prevent him from walking."
by Charles Baudelaire

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"The fact that there are so many weak, poor and boring stories and novels written and published in America has been ascribed by our rebels to the horrible squareness of our institutions, the idiocy of power, the debasement of sexual instincts, and the failure of writers to be alienated enough. The poems and novels of these same rebellious spirits, and their theoretical statements, are grimy and gritty and very boring too, besides being nonsensical, and it is evident by now that polymorphous sexuality and vehement declarations of alienation are not going to produce great works of art either."
by Saul Bellow

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"People cannot stand the saddest truth I know about the very nature of reading and writing imaginative literature, which is that poetry does not teach us how to talk to other people: it teaches us how to talk to ourselves. What I"
by Harold Bloom

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"Poetry is the impish attempt to paint the color of the wind."
by Maxwell Bodenheim

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"In the works of the better poets you get the sensation that they're not talking to people any more, or to some seraphical creature. What they're doing is simply talking back to the language itself --as beauty, sensuality, wisdom, irony --those aspects of language of which the poet is a clear mirror. Poetry is not an art or a branch of art, it's something more. If what distinguishes us from other species is speech, then poetry, which is the supreme linguistic operation, is our anthropological, indeed genetic, goal. Anyone who regards poetry as an entertainment, as a read, commits an anthropological crime, in the first place, against himself."
by Joseph Brodsky

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"If a poet has any obligation toward society, it is to write well. Being in the minority, he has no other choice. Failing this duty, he sinks into oblivion. Society, on the other hand, has no obligation toward the poet. A majority by definition, society thinks of itself as having other options than reading verses, no matter how well written. Its failure to do so results in its sinking to that level of locution at which society falls easy prey to a demagogue or a tyrant. This is society's own equivalent of oblivion."
by Joseph Brodsky

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