James Broughton was born 10 November 1913, and died 17 May 1999
- It was as important to live poetically as to write poems.
- My earliest poems sing of the absolute necessity of allowing love to invade and pervade one’s life. That can make the miracle happen in reality. Try it.
- For me, prose walks, poetry dances.
- Everything has always been here one way or another. So it must know what it’s doing. And since I am part of this everything, a good part of me must be all right just the way it is, and the way it’s doing it.
- If you don’t fill your days with love, you are wasting your life.
- Trusting your individual uniqueness challenges you to lay yourself open.
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