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Best Famous Allen Tate Quotes

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

Famous Allen Tate Quotes

Quote Left For, brother, know that this is art, and you With a cold incautious sorrow stricken dumb,... Quote Right
Quote Left Buzzards float upon the sky Shrilling a metaphysic cry,... Quote Right
Quote Left I wear my wedding ring He will cut off your finger And the blood will linger Little bird! Quote Right
Quote Left A poem may be an instance of morality, of social conditions, of psychological history; it may instance all its qualities, but never one of them alone, nor any two or three; never less than all. Quote Right
Quote Left The mission for the day is to encourage students to think beyond traditional career opportunities, prepare for future careers and entrance into the workplace. Quote Right
Quote Left I suck in smoke! I smile at grimy mirth, And laugh to think that you had parried death. Quote Right
Quote Left For laughter frames the lips of death— Death frames the Singer and the Song. Quote Right
Quote Left By the roadside a hideous carrion, quivering On a clean bed of pebbly clay,... Quote Right
Quote Left When the peace is a trade route, figures For the budget, reduction of population,... Quote Right
Quote Left Not glad, lifeless tycoon, nor sorry feel For neither Bull nor Bear attends your way.... Quote Right
Quote Left Captains of industry, your aimless power Awakens harsh velleities of time.... Quote Right
Quote Left Life stood on the top stair a moment Waved her last gray slander down the stair,... Quote Right
Quote Left The faceless head lay still. I could not run Or walk, but stood. Alone in the public clearing... Quote Right
Quote Left And even you will come to this foul shame, This ultimate infection,... Quote Right
Quote Left Your death, dear Lady, was quite cold For all the brave tears and ultimate spasm.... Quote Right
Quote Left Men cannot live forever But they must die forever.... Quote Right
Quote Left Landor, not that I doubt your word, That you had strove with none... Quote Right
Quote Left Accept these costly wreaths for my own sake (Death asks no entrance fee to let you in)... Quote Right
Quote Left I thought I heard the dark pounding its head On a rock, crying: Who are the dead? Quote Right
Quote Left Lest darkness fall and time fall In a long night when learned arteries... Quote Right
Quote Left Death is untutored, with an ignorant frown For precious identities of breath. Quote Right
Quote Left Death's long anabasis. Quote Right
Quote Left 'The god has not yet answered to our pity For the black vision and tangle in her brains,... Quote Right
Quote Left The flies swarmed on the putrid vulva, then A black tumbling rout would seethe Of maggots, thick like a torrent in a glen.... Quote Right
Quote Left What shall we say of the bones, unclean, Whose verdurous anonymity will grow?... Quote Right
Quote Left O God of our flesh, return us to Your wrath, Let us be evil could we enter in Your grace, and falter on the stony path! Quote Right
Quote Left The stage is about to be swept of corpses. You have no more chance than an infusorian Lodged in a hollow molar of an eohippus. Quote Right
Quote Left the quicksilver art Throws back the invisible but lightning mass... Quote Right
Quote Left The gentle serpent, green in the mulberry bush, Riots with his tongue through the hush— Sentinel of the grave who counts us all! Quote Right
Quote Left What shall we say who have knowledge Carried to the heart? Shall we take the act... Quote Right