Dean Young Quotes

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Dean Young Quotes

A poem should be odd as a small cast-iron platypus.
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Poetry is not efficient. If you want to learn how to cook a lobster, it's probably best not to look to poetry. But if you want to see the word lobster in all its reactant oddity, its pied beauty, as if for the first time, go to poetry. And if you want to know what it's like to be that lobster in the pot, that's in poetry too.

— Dean Young

Hark, dumbass, the error is not to fall but to fall from no height. Don't fall off a curb, fall off a cliff.

— Dean Young

You are made of bent coat hangers, honey, gravel, epoxy and handstands. I am made of lying on the floor, the same song on repeat.

— Dean Young

I don't believe in writer's block, writing well is very easy; it's writing horribly, the horrible work necessary to do to get to writing well, that is so difficult one may just not be willing to do it.

— Dean Young

Just because we have birds inside us, we don't have to be cages.

— Dean Young

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