Robert Bringhurst Quote: “I think of something quite different…”

I think of something quite different from a snapshot. I know of a lot of poems, some very fine ones, that are like snapshots, but I’m more interested in poetry that is like an endless film, long stories, things that weave together many different strands, like a big piece of cloth, not like a photograph.

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Name: Robert Bringhurst
Profession: Poet
Nationality: Canadian
Birthday: October 16, 1946
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