All poets’ wives have rotten lives Their husbands look at them like knives.
Even paranoids have real enemies.
Rationalism is the enemy of art, though necessary as a basis for architecture.- Arthur Erickson
It is a man's own mind, not his enemy or foe, that lures him to evil ways.- Gautama Buddha
It is not enough for me to win. My enemies must lose.- David Merrick
Before facing you enemy, you must first face yourself.- Tite Kubo
The enemy uses those things your insecure about. Free yourself and take your power back by...- Yvonne Pierre
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|Birth:||8th December, 1913|
|Death:||11th July, 1966|
|Profession:||Poet, Teacher, Writer|
Delmore Schwartz was born in Brooklyn, New York. He was an American poet, teacher, and short story writer. He receiving his bachelor's degree in 1935 in philosophy from New York University. In 1936 he won the Bowdoin Prize in the Humanities for his essay "Poetry as Imitation." His first book, entitled In Dreams Begin Responsibilities, published in 1937. His published works are Summer Knowledge: Selected Poems, and Successful Love and Other Stories. In 1960 Schwartz became the youngest poet ever to win the Bollingen Prize. He taught at Harvard University, Bennington College, Kenyon College, Princeton University, and Syracuse University.
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