Ralph Hodgson Quotes


7 Ralph Hodgson quotes:



"I saw with open eyes/ Singing birds sweet/ Sold in the shops/ For the people to eat,/ Sold in the shops of/ Stupidity Street.// I saw in a vision/ The worm in the wheat,/ And in the shops nothing/ For people to eat;/ Nothing for sale in/ Stupidity Street."
Author: Hodgson Quotes Category: Eyes Quotes
"Without a wish, without a will, / I stood upon that silent hill / And stared into the sky until / My eyes were blind with stars and still / I stared into the sky."
Author: Hodgson Quotes Category: Eyes Quotes
"The handwriting on the wall may be a forgery."
"Did anyone ever have a boring dream?"
"Some things have to be believed to be seen."
"See an old unhappy bull, / Sick in soul and body both."
Author: Hodgson Quotes Category: Body Quotes
"I climbed a hill as light fell short, / And rooks came home in scramble sort, / And filled the trees and flapped and fought / And sang themselves to sleep."
Author: Hodgson Quotes Category: Home Quotes



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