Charles Simic Quotes

Charles Simic Quotes: In their effort to divorce language and experience, deconstructionist critics remind me of middle-class parents who do not allow their children to play in the street.
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Charles Simic Quote: I do believe that a poem needs to remind the reader of his or her own humanity, of what they are, of what they're capable of. Awaken them, in a sense, to the fact that there's a world in front of their eyes, that they have a body, they're going to die, the sky is beautiful, it's fun to be in a grassy field when the sun is shining
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Quotes about Charles Simic: The world is beautiful but not sayable. That's why we need art.
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Quote about Charles Simic: The secret wish of poetry is to stop time.
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Charles Simic Sayings: I was already dozing off in the shade, dreaming that the rustling trees were my many selves explaining themselves all at the same time so that I could not make out a single word. My life was a beautiful mystery on the verge of understanding, always on the verge! Think of it!
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