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A Visit to William Blake's Inn Quotes

Nancy Willard
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Quotes

"Poetry is the best medicine." Page 13.

"Two patient angels wash and shake/his featherbeds. . . ." Page 14.

"My suitcases began to purr." Page 17.

"I will keep you from perilous starlight/and the old moon's lunatic cat." Page 18.

" . . .the morning rang/as creatures clapped with paw and fang," page 20.

" . . .equipped with a bottle of starch/to straighten the bends in the road, he said," page 22.

"Winter is over, my loves, he said." Page 22.

"My tastes are simple and few." Page 24.

"and they both took root in the carpet/where the topaz tortoises run." Page 28.

"believe shall be a boat/having both feet and fins." Page 30.

"but a handful of dirt to the rat." Page 33.

"and toast their toes, in praise of fire." Page 34.

"Dancing starts where fighting ends." Page 36.

"Clouds are gentle walls that hide/gardens on the other side." Page 38.

"Have you set the kittens free? Do they sometimes ask for...

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