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Muldoon Quotes By Paul Muldoon: I do a lot of readings. I do a lot of readings. Paul Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Paul Muldoon: Form is a straitjacket in the way that Form is a straitjacket in the way that a straitjacket was a straitjacket for Houdini, — Paul Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Paul Muldoon: Living at that pitch, on that edge, is Living at that pitch, on that edge, is something which many poets engage in to some extent. — Paul Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Maureen Rose Muldoon: In order to grow you have to let In order to grow
you have to let go
of all that you are
and all that you know. — Maureen Rose Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Shana Muldoon Zappa: And nobody knows where her new dorm room And nobody knows where her new dorm room is - or even if she has one." She shook her head. "It's a mystery. — Shana Muldoon Zappa
Muldoon Quotes By Melissa Muldoon: She thought she could so she did. She thought she could so she did. — Melissa Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Paul Muldoon: We simply have not kept in touch with We simply have not kept in touch with poetry. — Paul Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Paul Muldoon: I believe that these devices like repetition and I believe that these devices like repetition and rhyme are not artificial, that they're not imposed, somehow, on the language. — Paul Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Paul Muldoon: It seems to me the structure of the It seems to me the structure of the Quartets is too imposed. — Paul Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Paul Muldoon: Frost isn't exactly despised but not enough people Frost isn't exactly despised but not enough people have worked out what a brilliant poet he was. — Paul Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Melissa Muldoon: He has come to lead me to that He has come to lead me to that elusive place where promises take us and dreams carry us further. — Melissa Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Paul Muldoon: One will never again look at a birch One will never again look at a birch tree, after the Robert Frost poem, in exactly the same way. — Paul Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Paul Muldoon: Words want to find chimes with each other, Words want to find chimes with each other, things want to connect. — Paul Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Paul Muldoon: I was born in Northern Ireland in 1951. I was born in Northern Ireland in 1951. I lived most of my life there until 1986 or 1987. — Paul Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Paul Muldoon: If the poem has no obvious destination, there's If the poem has no obvious destination, there's a chance that we'll be all setting off on an interesting ride. — Paul Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Melissa Muldoon: Still holding me close, she whispered into my Still holding me close, she whispered into my ear, "But you know what, Soph? Italy is my destiny; it calls to me to return home. — Melissa Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Tim Muldoon: I love the image of the Holy Spirit I love the image of the Holy Spirit enfolding the world in her wings, caring for it the way that a mother holds her baby close. — Tim Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Paul Muldoon: I'm sure 50 percent of television ads use I'm sure 50 percent of television ads use rhyme. — Paul Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Paul Muldoon: I live in New Jersey now, which always I live in New Jersey now, which always gets a bad rap here and there, but I must say, I enjoy living here too. — Paul Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Paul Muldoon: Of course, you can't legislate for how people Of course, you can't legislate for how people are going to read. — Paul Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Paul Muldoon: It's not as if I'm trying to write It's not as if I'm trying to write crossword puzzles to which one might find an answer at the back of the book or anything like that. — Paul Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Paul Muldoon: There's very little of the intentional about the There's very little of the intentional about the business of writing poetry, as least as far as I can see. — Paul Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By Paul Muldoon: Last year I was a judge for a Last year I was a judge for a prize in England, the T.S. Eliot Prize, so I read everything that was published in England last year. — Paul Muldoon
Muldoon Quotes By John Irving: All men are liars, said Roberta Muldoon, who All men are liars, said Roberta Muldoon, who knew this was true because she had once been a man. — John Irving