domingo, 31 de julho de 2011

Às vezes a ler um texto pensas: é isto, é isto mesmo, woo oooo!

More often than prose or mathematics, poetry is received in a hostile spirit, as if its publication were an affront to the reader; yet, most of the poetry which is published probably appears because, at the time of writing, it delighted the writer and convinced him that it held some profound significance or some exact description which he hoped that others, too, might see.

Escreveu isto Michael Roberts, no ano da graça de 1936, na sua introdução ao The Faber Book of Modern Verse.

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