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Best Famous Hilda Doolittle Quotes

Best famous Hilda Doolittle quotes. Find, read, and share the best famous quotations by Hilda Doolittle. These are the most popular quotations and best examples of quotes by Hilda Doolittle.

Famous Hilda Doolittle Quotes

Quote Left We are voyagers, discoverers of the not-known, the unrecorded; we have no map; possibly we will reach haven, heaven. Quote Right
Quote Left I smiled, I waited, I was circumspect; O never, never, never write that I missed life or loving. Quote Right
Quote Left I was alone now my beautiful peace has gone; did I ask you here? Quote Right
Quote Left That way of inspiration is always open,... Quote Right
Quote Left O Sword, you are the younger brother, the latter-born,... Quote Right
Quote Left Her breasts under her gown are cold, for a flower has grown, murex-red on the red gown. Quote Right
Quote Left Ai, ai, poor mother, your birth-pangs were fruitless: I am wroth with these spirits. Quote Right
Quote Left No poetic phantasy but a biological reality,... Quote Right
Quote Left I will be free, no lover's kiss to bind me to earth, no bliss of love to counteract actual bliss. Quote Right
Quote Left You prefer a woman under the earth, you heap roses above a grave;... Quote Right
Quote Left The race may or may not be to the swift, but tell me, is it likely that the fight will be entrusted to the dead? Quote Right
Quote Left I'll stake all my soul on that beauty,... Quote Right
Quote Left Let the palings of her bed Be quince and box-wood overlaid... Quote Right
Quote Left How I envy you death; what could death bring,... Quote Right
Quote Left For this beauty, beauty without strength, chokes out life. Quote Right
Quote Left Gone the dear chatterer; Death succeeds Atimetus. Quote Right
Quote Left It was easy enough to bend them to my wish, it was easy enough to alter them with a touch. Quote Right
Quote Left Let him go forth radiant, let life rise in his young breast,... Quote Right
Quote Left Fall the deep curtains, delicate the weave, fair the thread. Quote Right
Quote Left It is not for me, the day, Nor this light of sun. Ah, mother, mother, The same terror is cast on us both. Quote Right
Quote Left Lais is now no lover of the glass, seeing no more the face as once it was, wishing to see that face and finding this. Quote Right
Quote Left Ardent yet chill and formal, how I ache to tempt a chisel as a sculptor. Quote Right
Quote Left Alas, day, you brought light, You trailed splendour... Quote Right
Quote Left Honour came to me, though I sought it not;... Quote Right
Quote Left I knew the poor, I knew the hideous death they die,... Quote Right
Quote Left Each of us like you has died once, each of us like you stands apart, like you fit to be worshipped. Quote Right
Quote Left She comes to meet death, To stain the altar of the goddess, To hold her girl-throat Toward the knife-thrust. Quote Right
Quote Left The Christos-image is most difficult to disentangle... Quote Right
Quote Left My brain sang a rhythm I never dreamt to sing, 'I will be gay and laugh and sing, he is going away.' Quote Right
Quote Left So you may say, 'Greek flower; Greek ecstasy reclaims for ever one who died following intricate songs' lost measure.' Quote Right