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Best Famous Denise Levertov Quotes

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

Famous Denise Levertov Quotes

Quote Left Don't lock me in wedlock, I want marriage, an encounter.... Quote Right
Quote Left and wife or husband who does not lock the door of the marriage... Quote Right
Quote Left 'Living a life'— the beauty of deep lines dug in your cheeks. Quote Right
Quote Left Don't eat those nice green dollars your wife gives you for breakfast. Quote Right
Quote Left Two girls discover the secret of life in a sudden line of poetry. Quote Right
Quote Left The Minoan Snake Goddess is flanked by a Chardin still-life, somber and tranquil, and by Mohammedan angels... Quote Right
Quote Left In the gold mouth of a flower the black smell of spring earth.... Quote Right
Quote Left I remember a dream two nights ago: the voice, 'the artist must create himself or be born again.' Quote Right
Quote Left Marvelous Truth, confront us at every turn, in every guise. Quote Right
Quote Left Bite down on the bitter stem of your nectared... Quote Right
Quote Left A letter with it discloses, in its words and between them,... Quote Right
Quote Left Sixteen. Her breasts round, round, and dark-nippled who now these two months long is bones and tatters of flesh in earth. Quote Right
Quote Left ... transform into our flesh our... Quote Right
Quote Left Do you mistake me? I am speaking of living,... Quote Right
Quote Left I hear the tide turning. Last eager wave over- taken and pulled back by first wave of the ebb. Quote Right
Quote Left I would be met and meet you so, in a green airy space, not locked in. Quote Right
Quote Left Black one, black one, there was a white candle in your heart. Quote Right
Quote Left A changing skyline. A slice of window filled in by a middle-distancing oblong topped by little moving figures. Quote Right
Quote Left ... asks what it's too late to ask: "Where is my life? Where is my life? What have I done with my life?" Quote Right
Quote Left there is more blood than sweet juice always more blood—mister death goes indoors exhausted Quote Right
Quote Left As the artist extends his world with... Quote Right
Quote Left he bowed and not flinching from her black breath gave her his arm.... Quote Right
Quote Left putting his hope in certain death, lowering his head again to the grass. Quote Right
Quote Left Darling Death shouted in his ear,... Quote Right
Quote Left Last night as if death had lit a pale light... Quote Right
Quote Left old Death, dusty gardener, are you alive yet, do I live on yet, in your gray considering eye? Quote Right
Quote Left ... asks what it's too late to ask: 'Where is my life? Where is my life? What have I done with my life?' Quote Right
Quote Left Meanwhile the angel, dressed for laughs as a plasterer,... Quote Right
Quote Left (1) Know the pinetrees. Know the orange dryness of sickness and death in needle and cone. Know them too in green health, those among whom your... Quote Right
Quote Left Mister death who signs papers then eats telegraphs simply: Shoot them then eats Quote Right