Quotes by X. J. Kennedy

Facebook Twitter Google Digg Reddit LinkedIn Pinterest StumbleUpon Email

I'd be glad to go out on a limb with those Who want nothing beyond what the wind bestows, Were I not bound to roots, dug in deep to bear Never being done grasping for light and air more...

In poetry, only emotion endures. more...

The Purpose of Time is to Prevent Everything from Happening at Once more...

On solemn asses fall plush sinecures, So keep a straight face and sit tight on yours. more...

Poetry is probably the one field of writing in which it is a mistake to try to psych out editors. In fact, specific marketing advice can sometimes harm the novice poet by enticing him to pursue fashions. The poet's best hope is to sound like nobody else, The finest, most enduring poetry constructs a marketplace of its own. more...

I am one of the endangered species: people who still write in meter and rime. more...

I"d be glad to go out on a limb with those Who want nothing beyond what the wind bestows, Were I not bound to roots, dug in deep to bear Never being done grasping for light and air more...

In thigh-high yellow leather boots Plump Saphonisba strides. Too bad that, just to hide her calves, Two calves have lost their hides. more...

Let you hold in mind, girls, that your beauty must pass Like a lovely white clover that rusts with its grass. Keep your bottoms off barstools and marry you young Or be left-an old barrel with many a bung. more...


President John F. Kennedy Quotes Learning Leadership Quote John F. Kennedy anti-liberal-quotes Images - Frompo - 1 American History X Curb Stomp American History X That Explains Baggy-Pants Manning Marable Malcolm X Quotes About Child Poverty Jolly Jolly Quotes Picture by Njideka Obi - Inspiring Photo

Privacy, Terms & DMCA | Contact
Copyright © 2015, Like Success, All rights reserved.