Seamus Heaney

Seamus Heaney

Irish poet and Nobel Prize for Literature, 1995
It has as much to do with the energy released by linguistic fission and fusion, with the buoyancy generated by cadence and tone and rhyme and stanza, as it has to do with the poem's
concerns or the poet's truthfulness. /energy/ Seamus Heaney quotes

Quotes of the month

Eugene Ryabyi Fate cannot be well-disposed twice. [06/04/2019 01:06:38] More


Eugeny Antonuk If it is impossible to offend the feelings of God, then what feelings of believers can we talk about? [06/25/2019 03:06:13] More


Eugene Ryabyi Anger converts a smart person into a fool. [05/31/2019 07:05:46] More


Anatoly Yurkin Repetition is a loop tool for threading mistakes into the needle of fate. [06/07/2019 07:06:56] More


Anatoly Yurkin Repetition is the Golden thread of which ceaselessly interwoven carpet of fate. [06/17/2019 12:06:01] More