John Millington Synge Quote: “It is the timber of poetry…”

It is the timber of poetry that wears most surely, and there is no timber that has not strong roots among the clay and worms.

John Millington Synge


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Name: John Millington Synge
Profession: Poet
Nationality: Irish
Birthday: April 16, 1871
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