Easy is to occupy a place in a telephone book. Difficult is to occupy someone’s heart; know that you’re really loved.
Unfortunately, poetry is not born in noise, in crowds, or on a bus. There have to be four walls and the certainty that the telephone will not ring. That’s what writing is all about.
The telephone book is full of facts, but it doesn’t contain a single idea.
Technology gives us the facilities that lessen the barriers of time and distance – the telegraph and cable, the telephone, radio, and the rest.