Philip Larkin Quotes

Philip Larkin Quotes: And immediately Rather than words comes the thought of high windows: The sun-comprehending glass, And beyond it, the deep blue air, that shows Nothing, and is nowhere, and is endless.
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Philip Larkin Quote: Any memory for the most part depending on chance.
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Quotes about Philip Larkin: So many things I had thought forgotten Return to my mind with stranger pain: Like letters that arrive addressed to someone Who left the house so many years ago.
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Quote about Philip Larkin: I have a sense of melancholy isolation, life rapidly vanishing, all the usual things. It's very strange how often strong feelings don't seem to carry any message of action
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Philip Larkin Sayings: A writer can have only one language, if language is going to mean anything to him.
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Philip Larkin Saying: Most people know more as they get older:I give all that the cold shoulder.
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Sayings about Philip Larkin: JoyIs for the simple or the great to feel,Neither of which we are.
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Saying about Philip Larkin: Give me a thrill, says the reader,Give me a kick;I don't care how you succeed, orWhat subject you pick.
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Philip Larkin Quotes: The poetic impulse is distinct from ideas about things or feelings about things, though it may use these. It's more like a desire to separate a piece of one's experience & set it up on its own, an isolated object never to trouble you again, at least not for a bit. In the absence of this impulse nothing stirs.
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Philip Larkin Quote: I feel the only thing you can do about life is to preserve it, by art if you're an artist, by children if you're not.
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