More From Robert Morgan
- "Part of what we love about poetry is the fact that it seems ancient, that it has an authority of ancient language and ancient form, and that it’s timeless, that it reaches back."
- "What actually makes poetry poetry is of course impossible to define. We recognize it when we hear it, when we see it, but we can’t define it."
- "I don’t think American poetry has gotten any better in the past 35 years. Oddly enough, creative writing programs seem to have been good for fiction, and I would not have predicted that."
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- "I’m always amazed when a pitcher becomes angry at a hitter for hitting a home run off him. When I strike out, I don’t get angry at the pitcher, I get angry at myself. I would think that if a pitcher threw up a home run ball, he should be angry at himself."― Willie Stargell
- "We came from a family where we ran our own small business. Our dad made his own products. We made our own sausages, our own meatloafs, our own pickles. Dad had to do everything himself. He had to figure out how to finance his business."― Marcy Kaptur
- "Art is a step from what is obvious and well-known toward what is arcane and concealed."― Khalil Gibran