20th-century Poet Quotes
The impulse here is to make everything larger than life, almost to overrespond, maybe because, habituated to life written down, in both senses, we become inured and have to be awakened with something almost intolerably vivid. When the deep purple blooms, you are looking at a dimension, not a posy.
The poetic creation is nearly like the amazement state of a child who, in the first time, sees the strange phenomena of nature and finds out the human mysteries and complications... The poet is a selected person (temporarily called as a God-selected person), who is granted a favour in the spirit of Jesus Christ, or meets a good fortune in Buddhism.