Anne Stevenson Quotes

Top 19 wise famous quotes and sayings by Anne Stevenson

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Anne Stevenson quotes: Blackbirds are the cellos of the deep farms. Blackbirds are the cellos of the deep farms.
Anne Stevenson quotes: I think a poet, like a painter, should be a craftsperson. I think a poet, like a painter, should be a craftsperson.
Anne Stevenson quotes: Poets should ignore most criticism and get on with making poetry. Poets should ignore most criticism and get on with making poetry.
Anne Stevenson quotes: Each word bears its weight, so you have to read my poems quite slowly. Each word bears its weight, so you have to read my poems quite slowly.
Anne Stevenson quotes: I married a young Englishman in Cambridge in 1955 and have lived in Britain every since. I married a young Englishman in Cambridge in 1955 and have lived in Britain every since.
Anne Stevenson quotes: I am now seventy, rather glad, really, that I won't live to see the horrors to come in the 21st century. I am now seventy, rather glad, really, that I won't live to see the horrors to come in the 21st century.
Anne Stevenson quotes: Yes, I do often write poems from the mind, but I hope I don't ignore feelings and emotions. Yes, I do often write poems from the mind, but I hope I don't ignore feelings and emotions.
Anne Stevenson quotes: There's no friend like someone who has known you since you were five. There's no friend like someone who has known you since you were five.
Anne Stevenson quotes: My soul, how will I recognize you if we meet? My soul,
how will I recognize you if we meet?