Norman MacCaig Quote: “However, I learned something. I thought…”

However, I learned something. I thought that if the young person, the student, has poetry in him or her, to offer them help is like offering a propeller to a bird.

Norman MacCaig


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Name: Norman MacCaig
Profession: Poet
Nationality: Scottish
Birthday: November 14, 1910
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