Jane Hirshfield Quote: “Poetry is a release of something…”

Poetry is a release of something previously unknown into the visible. You write to invite that, to make of yourself a gathering of the unexpected and, with luck, of the unexpectable.

Jane Hirshfield


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Name: Jane Hirshfield
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Birthday: February 24, 1953
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