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Words are but wind; and learning is nothing but words; ergo, learning is nothing but wind.
These two are not two Love has made them one Amo Ergo Sum! And by its mystery Each is no less but more.
First of all, there was a volcano of words, an eruption of words that Shakespeare had never used before that had never been used in the English language before. It's astonishing. It pours out of him.
The eruption of lived pleasure is such that in losing myself I find myself; forgetting that I exist, I realize myself.
God was treated like this powerful, erratic, rather punitive father who has to be pacified and praised. You know, flattered.
What are the sources of poetry? Love and death and the paradox of love and death. All poetry from the beginning is about Eros and Thanatos. Those are the only subjects. And how Eros and Thanatos interweave.