And in the morning summer hued the deck ... 1879-1955
"One must have a mind of winter to regard the frost and the boughs of the pine trees crusted with snow"
"Opusculum paedagogum. The pears are not viols, nudes or bottles"
"It was when I said, 'There is no such thing as the truth,' that the grapes seemed fatter."
"Hartford is cold today but no colder for your absence"
Modernist poet, 1879-1955
"Poetry is the supreme fiction, madame...."
"Children picking up our bones will never know...."
"Among twenty snowy mountains, the only moving thing was the eye...."