Geoffrey Hill Quotes

Top 13 wise famous quotes and sayings by Geoffrey Hill

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Geoffrey Hill quotes: Last days, last things, loom on: I write / to astonish myself. So much for all / plain speaking... Last days, last things, loom on: I write / to astonish myself. So much for all / plain speaking...
Geoffrey Hill quotes: Evil is not good's absence but gravity'severlasting bedrock and its fatal chainsinert, violent, the suffrage of our days. Evil is not good's absence but gravity's
everlasting bedrock and its fatal chains
inert, violent, the suffrage of our days.
Geoffrey Hill quotes: Who now would thrust enquiry on / Beyond necessity of desire? Who now would thrust enquiry on / Beyond necessity of desire?
Geoffrey Hill quotes: Even now, I tell myself, there is a language / to which I might speak and which / would rightly hear me ... Even now, I tell myself, there is a language / to which I might speak and which / would rightly hear me ...
Geoffrey Hill quotes: Dig -- the mostly uncouth -- language of grace. Dig -- the mostly uncouth -- language of grace.
Geoffrey Hill quotes: As estimated, you died. Things marched,sufficient, to that end.Just so much Zyklon and leather, patentedterror, so many routine cries. As estimated, you died. Things marched,
sufficient, to that end.
Just so much Zyklon and leather, patented
terror, so many routine cries.
Geoffrey Hill quotes: Public toilets have a duty to be accessible, poetry does not. Public toilets have a duty to be accessible, poetry does not.