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Philip Larkin Poems | Quotes | Articles

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Philip Larkin Biography...Philip Arthur Larkin, CH, CBE, FRSL is widely regarded as one of the great English poets of the latter half of the twentieth century.. English poet and novelist


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Quote Left Though living is a dreadful thing And a dreadful thing is it... Quote Right
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Quote Left Work has to be done. Postmen like doctors go from house to house. Quote Right
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Quote Left And yet spend all our life on imprecisions, That when we start to die Have no idea why. Quote Right
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Quote Left You still might trace Uncalled-for to this day Your person, your place. Quote Right
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Quote Left Endlessly, time-honoured irritant, A bubble is restively forming at your tip.... Quote Right
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