Quotation Explorer - 'D.A. Botta'

I have yet to find that one perfect phrase that epitomizes all the mysteries of the universe. Luckily, I doubt to ever pen it in this lifetime, for then the seeking ends; miserable is the day the adventure ends. - D.A. Botta
Like a father with his daughter, the writist plays peek-a-boo with the world. His aim is to evoke that sweet smile, the one that says "i remember you. I am glad you are here again". - D.A. Botta
I haven't written in a week. It's like holding your breath under water. You feel an awful constriction and then the instinct to propel yourself. - D.A. Botta
The trouble with a baby, for writists, is that they take away your useful melancholy, even the energy to invent some. - D.A. Botta
To write what you think is to think what you write. Leave those of hollow to their dust. They are but sorry things. - D.A. Botta
Nothing fills the world quite as poetry does. A poet need not dwell on the pagecount of his life. - D.A. Botta
It is an awesome tragedy in this life that, when asking what a person is and they reply doctor or lawyer or engineer, we don't say "Well thats a nice little hobby, but why don't you take up writing or painting or music? - D.A. Botta
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