Andrew Motion Quote: “If I were to die thinking…”

If I were to die thinking that I’d written three poems that people might read after me, I would feel that I hadn’t lived in vain. Great poets might expect the whole body of their work, but most of us – well, I would settle for a handful.

Andrew Motion


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Name: Andrew Motion
Profession: Poet
Nationality: English
Birthday: October 26, 1952
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