Quotation Explorer - 'Kathleen Raine'

And see the peaceful trees extendtheir myriad leaves in leisured dance—they bear the weight of sky and cloudupon the fountain of their veins. - Kathleen Raine
For [W. B.] Yeats magic was not so much a kind of poetry as poetry a kind of magic, and the object of both alike was evocation of energies and knowledge from beyond normal consciousness. - Kathleen Raine
Whiteness of moonlight builds a house that is not there - Kathleen Raine
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