A poem is the realization of love. . . .
Each act is virgin, even the repeated ones.
With my teethI have seized lifeUpon the knife of my youth.With my lips today,With my lips alone…
A poet should leave traces of his passage, not proofs. Traces alone engender dreams.
For an inheritance to be really great, the hand of the defunct must not be seen.
Be gful to the man who cares nothing for your remorse. You are his equal.
What can be seductive about the eternal nothing is that the finest day is indifferently this one or any other like it.
To be a poet is to have an appetite for a certain anxiety which, when tasted among the swirling sum of things existent or forfeit, causes, as the taste dies, joy.
Trust firmly in your luck, cling to your happiness, and dare to take risks.
Man is able to do what he is unable to imagine. His head trails a wake through the galaxy of the absurd.
Develop your legitimate strangeness.
I believe in the magic and authority of words.