„There is no happiness in life, there is no misery like that growing out of the dispositions which consecrate or desecrate a home.“

—  Edwin Hubbell Chapin, P. 323.
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„How do poems grow? They grow out of your life.“

—  Robert Penn Warren American poet, novelist, and literary critic 1905 - 1989
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„Because the miseries of traditional life are familiar, they are bearable to ordinary people who, growing up in the society, learn to cope, as children born to untouchables in India“

—  Jeane Kirkpatrick American diplomat and Presidential advisor 1926 - 2006
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„No man loves life like him that's growing old.“

—  Sophocles ancient Greek tragedian -496 - -406 a.C.
Acrisius, fragment 64.

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„Wherever life can grow, it will.
It will sprout out,
and do the best it can.“

—  Gwendolyn Brooks American writer 1917 - 2000
Context: My Poem is life, and not finished. It shall never be finished. My Poem is life, and can grow. Wherever life can grow, it will. It will sprout out, and do the best it can. I give you what I have. You don’t get all your questions answered in this world. How many answers shall be found in the developing world of my Poem? I don’t know. Nevertheless I put my Poem, which is my life, into your hands, where it will do the best it can. "Song of Winnie"

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