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Born: 1970-01-01
Profession: Poet
Nation: American
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Because most people are not sufficiently employed in themselves, they run about loose, hungering for employment, and satisfy themselves in various supererogatory occupations. The easiest of these occupations, which have all to do with making things already made, is the making of people: it is called the art of friendship.

Tags: Art, Friendship, Making

If you find something to tell, tell it to your truest, though that make little to tell; the truer you speak, the more you will know to tell.

Tags: Speak, Tell, Though

I am not 'in pursuit of truth.' It is not my 'quarry.' I am of my human nature a thinker, and conscious of need, responsibility of thinking-speaking with truth. I do not go about hunting 'truths.'

Tags: Human, Nature, Truth

Art indeed is a term referring to the social source and to the social utility of creative acts.

Tags: Art, Creative, Social

I believe that misconceptions about oneself that one does not correct where possible act as a bad magic.

Tags: Act, Bad, Possible

Poetry brings all possible experience to the same degree: a degree in the consciousness beyond which the consciousness itself cannot go.

Tags: Cannot, Experience, Poetry

There can be no literary equivalent to truth.

Tags: Equivalent, Literary, Truth

To a poet the mere making of a poem can seem to solve the problem of truth, but only a problem of art is solved in poetry.

Tags: Art, Poetry, Truth

We live on the circumference of a hollow circle. We draw the circumference, like spiders, out of ourselves: it is all criticism of criticism.

Tags: Criticism, Draw, Ourselves

I feel an intense intimacy with those who have this loathing interest in me. Further than this, I know what they mean, I sympathize with them, I understand them. There should be a name (as poetic as love) for this relationship between loather and loathed; it is of the closest and more full of passion than incest.

Tags: Love, Mean, Passion

The end of poetry is not to create a physical condition which shall give pleasure to the mind... The end of poetry is not an after-effect, not a pleasurable memory of itself, but an immediate, constant and even unpleasant insistence upon itself.

Tags: End, Mind, Poetry

I did some plays in high school which I had a good time doing.

Tags: Good, School, Time

Nobody ever pegged James Gandolfini for a leading man. Least of all James Gandolfini.

Tags: James, Leading, Nobody

Theater has always been something that I've had an interest in, but I was never a devoted fanatic theater-goer.

Tags: Fanatic, Interest, Theater

I always read a lot as a kid and I'd spend long periods of time in my room reading... I wasn't reading anything great until I got older, but I used to read Agatha Christie mysteries and all of Ian Fleming's 'James Bond' novels.

Tags: Great, Time, Used

I was interested in politics very much when I was growing up, and that's what I think I really wanted to be - either a senator, or a Supreme Court Justice, and I always wanted to be a lawyer.

Tags: Justice, Politics, Wanted