Richard Wilbur Quote: “To this congress the poet speaks…”

To this congress the poet speaks not of peculiar and personal things, but of what in himself is most common, most anonymous, most fundamental, most true of all men.

Richard Wilbur

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Name: Richard Wilbur
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Birthday: March 1, 1921
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