Quotes From the Past

Lately I have been deep in the analysis portion of my thesis and have been musing on so many beautiful quotes, which I am under the impression not many other people have read, considering I am writing history. I'm so excited to share these juicy nuggets from creative minds past. An excerpt from Peppino Mangravite's Language of the Hand: Artists on Art, Life, & Education, 1955

Alastair Reid
Alastair Reid

“As often as not on fair days,” writes Alastair Reid in a recent poem, “there is time / for words to flex their muscles, / to strut like peacocks,/ discovering what to say in the act of saying / the music of meaning emerging / from the sound of playing.”