Paul Muldoon Quotes & Sayings

22 most famous Paul Muldoon quotes and sayings (poet). These are the first 10 quotes we have.

Paul Muldoon Quotes
“I suppose for whatever reason I actively welcome being put down, something which perhaps goes back to my upbringing - that accusation of not being worthy which could be laid at one's door.”
Paul Muldoon Quotes
“I believe that these devices like repetition and rhyme are not artificial, that they're not imposed, somehow, on the language.”
Paul Muldoon Quotes
“One will never again look at a birch tree, after the Robert Frost poem, in exactly the same way.”
Paul Muldoon Quotes
“The other side of it is that, despite all that, people reach out to poetry at the key moments in their lives.”
Paul Muldoon Quotes
“For whatever reason, people, including very well-educated people or people otherwise interested in reading, do not read poetry.”
Paul Muldoon Quotes
“I certainly am interested in accessibility, clarity, and immediacy.”
Paul Muldoon Quotes
“I'm sure 50 percent of television ads use rhyme.”
Paul Muldoon Quotes
“That's one of the great things about poetry; one realises that one does one's little turn - that you're just part of the great crop, as it were.”
Paul Muldoon Quotes
“We simply have not kept in touch with poetry.”
Paul Muldoon Quotes
“The ground swell is what's going to sink you as well as being what buoys you up. These are cliches also, of course, and I'm sometimes interested in how much one can get away with.”

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