“Hey!” — William Carlos Williams

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“The Ritualists” — William Carlos Williams


“Spring” — William Carlos Williams 

“Election Day” — William Carlos Williams”

“Election Day,” William Carlos Williams:

Warm sun, quiet air
an old man sits

in the doorway of
a broken house—

boards for windows
plaster falling

from between the stones
and strokes the head

of a spotted dog

“And Who Do You Think ‘They’ Are?” — William Carlos Williams


The value of the imagination to the writer (William Carlos Williams)


“Light Hearted William” — William Carlos Williams

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History is an attempt to make the past seem stable (William Carlos Williams)

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“A Portrait in Greys” — William Carlos Williams


There is nothing sacred about literature, it is damned from one end to the other (William Carlos Williams)

There is nothing sacred about literature, it is damned from one end to the other. There is nothing in literature but change and change is mockery. I’ll write whatever I damn please, whenever I damn please and as I damn please and it’ll be good if the authentic spirit of change is on it.

From Kora in Hell: Improvisations by William Carlos Williams.

“Christmas 1950” — William Carlos Williams


This is just to say


The Disputants — William Carlos Williams


“Berket and the Stars” — William Carlos Williams

“The Birds” — William Carlos Williams


“Spouts” — William Carlos Williams


“Play” — William Carlos Williams