Doublets: There’s No Money in Poetry

atkins-bookshelf-quotations“Poetry is living proof that rhyme doesn’t pay”


“There’s no money in poetry, but there’s no poetry in money, either”

Robert Graves (1895-1985), English poet, novelist, and classicist, best known for his historical novel I, Claudius (1934) and The Greek Myths (1955), the retelling of famous Greek myths. 


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