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Theodore Roethke Quote: “The fields stretch out in long unbroken rows. We walk aware of what is far and close. Here distance is familiar as a friend. The feud we kept with space comes to an end.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “All lovers live by longing, and endure: Summon a vision and declare it pure.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “Live in a perpetual great astonishment.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “I bleed my bones, their marrow to bestowUpon that God who knows what I would know.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “The soul has many motions, body one.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “Reason? That dreary shed, that hutch for grubby schoolboys.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “Wake the happy words.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “How terrible the need for God.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “Art is our defense against hysteria and death.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “To follow the drops sliding from a lifting oar, Head up, while the rower breathes, and the small boat drifts quietly shoreward...”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “I teach my sighs to lengthen into songs.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “A too explicit elucidation in education destroys much of the pleasure of learning. There should be room for sly hinters, masters of suggestion.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “I can’t go on flying apart just for those who want the benefit of a few verbal kicks. My God, do you know what poems like that cost? They’re not written vicariously: they come out of actual suffering, real madness.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “The damage of teaching: the constant contact with the undeveloped.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “And I rejoiced in being what I was.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “In our age, if a boy or girl is untalented, the odds are in favor of their thinking they want to write.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “Teach as an old fishing guide takes out a beginner.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “Civilization is over-rated, but there isn’t much else.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “And I walked, I walked through the light air; I moved with the morning.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “The poet: would rather eat a heart than a hambone.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “It’s your privilege to find me incomprehensible. I gave you my minutes; let them remain ours. I hope I haunt you.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “Brooding on God, I may become a man.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “She loved the wind because the wind loved me.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “What’s freedom for? To know eternity.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “Necessity starves on the stoop of invention.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “I fear those shadows most that start from my own feet.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “Oh, to be something else, yet still to be!”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “Love alters all. Unblood my instinct, love.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “Dreams drain the spirit if we dream too long.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “O my poor words, bear with me.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “What grace I have is enough.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “I wake to sleep, and take my waking slow.”
Theodore Roethke Quote: “Who sighs from far away?”
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