David Whyte Quote: “The frail, vulnerable sounds of which…”

The frail, vulnerable sounds of which we are capable seem to be essential to a later ability to roar like a lion without scaring everyone to death.

David Whyte

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