Edward Hirsch Quote: “Someone who’s awake in the middle…”

Someone who’s awake in the middle of the night is a soul consciousness when everyone else is asleep, and that creates a feeling of solitude in poetry that I very much like.

Edward Hirsch


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Name: Edward Hirsch
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Birthday: January 20, 1950
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