January 5, 2012
"A poem is like a heavy weight that the poet has carried to the roof bit by bit. The reader is a passer-by upon whom the weight is dropped all at once and who consequently receives from it in a moment an overwhelming impression, a complete aesthetic effect, such as the poet has never known in composing it."

— Paul ValĂ©ry (via jackrusher)

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