David Whyte Quote: “Sincere regret may be a faculty…”

Sincere regret may be a faculty for paying attention to the future, for sensing a new tide where we missed a previous one, for experiencing timelessness with a grandchild where we neglected a boy of our own.

David Whyte


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Name: David Whyte
Profession: Poet
Nationality: English
Born: 1955
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