Basil Bunting Quote

Man's life so little worth,
do we fear to take or lose it?
No ill companion on a journey, Death
lays his purse on the table and opens the wine.


Poetry 1951

Picture Quote 1

Man's life so little worth, do we fear to take or lose it? No ill companion on a journey, Death lays his purse on the table and opens the wine.

Picture Quote 2

Man's life so little worth, do we fear to take or lose it? No ill companion on a journey, Death lays his purse on the table and opens the wine.

Picture Quote 3

Man's life so little worth, do we fear to take or lose it? No ill companion on a journey, Death lays his purse on the table and opens the wine.

Picture Quote 4

Man's life so little worth, do we fear to take or lose it? No ill companion on a journey, Death lays his purse on the table and opens the wine.