Charles Wright Quotes

Top 21 wise famous quotes and sayings by Charles Wright

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Charles Wright quotes: Poetry is the dark side of the moon, Poetry is the dark side of the moon,
Charles Wright quotes: If you want great tranquility/ It's hard work and a long walk If you want great tranquility/ It's hard work and a long walk
Charles Wright quotes: How sweet the past is, no matter how wrong, or how sad. How sweet is yesterday's noise How sweet the past is, no matter how wrong, or how sad.
How sweet is yesterday's noise
Charles Wright quotes: He looked like an angelic little boy who had been kicked out of his orphanage for failing to take part in group masturbation. He looked like an angelic little boy who had been kicked out of his orphanage for failing to take part in group masturbation.
Charles Wright quotes: Meanwhile, the mole goes on with its subterranean daydreams,The dogs lie around like rugs Meanwhile, the mole goes on with its subterranean daydreams,
The dogs lie around like rugs
Charles Wright quotes: Our dreams are luminous, a cast fire upon the world.Morning arrives and that's it.Sunlight darkens the earth. Our dreams are luminous, a cast fire upon the world.
Morning arrives and that's it.
Sunlight darkens the earth.
Charles Wright quotes: How many times can summer turn to fall in one life? How many times can summer turn to fall in one life?
Charles Wright quotes: May we not be strangers in the lush province of joy May we not be strangers in the lush province of joy
Charles Wright quotes: It may not be written in any book, but it is writtenYou can't go back,you can't repeat the unrepeatable. It may not be written in any book, but it is written
You can't go back,
you can't repeat the unrepeatable.
Charles Wright quotes: I write your name for the last time in this mist,White breath on the windowpane,And watch it vanish. No, it stays there. I write your name for the last time in this mist,
White breath on the windowpane,
And watch it vanish. No, it stays there.
Charles Wright quotes: All forms of landscape are autobiographical, All forms of landscape are autobiographical,
Charles Wright quotes: The ache for anything is a thick dust in the heart. The ache for anything is a thick dust in the heart.
Charles Wright quotes: I empty myself with light Until I become morning. I empty myself with light
Until I become morning.
Charles Wright quotes: Arrange your unutterable alphabet, my man, / and hold tight. / It's all you've got, a naming of things, and not so beautiful. Arrange your unutterable alphabet, my man, / and hold tight. / It's all you've got, a naming of things, and not so beautiful.
Charles Wright quotes: The music of memory has its own pitch,/which not everyone hears. The music of memory has its own pitch,/which not everyone hears.