Mar 11, 2006

"People thought I attacked everything, but this was a game. We were young, we were having fun with our bonemarrows. After all, this is not a piece that attacks. Perhaps in this game we make more of ourselves than in works that are falsely weighty. A poet owes it to himself to be a very grave person, and to take a light attitude out of politeness. But often a poet is a light being that assumes gravity." --Jean Cocteau

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