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Mary Butts Quotes: "Art is the god you have not seen."

Art is the god you have not seen.




Mary Butts Quotes: "Nature has a counterpart, a representation of every interior mood and obscure perception of man."

Nature has a counterpart, a representation of every interior mood and obscure perception of man.




Mary Butts Quotes: "Armed with madness, I go on a long voyage."

Armed with madness, I go on a long voyage.



Mary Butts Quotes: "Not till the end of the war will there be any time for art or love or magic again. Perhaps never again."

Not till the end of the war will there be any time for art or love or magic again. Perhaps never again.




Mary Butts Quotes: "The truth which may not be told, is the truth which cannot be told."

The truth which may not be told, is the truth which cannot be told.



Mary Butts Quotes: "I blessed the power which has filled my life with poetry."

I blessed the power which has filled my life with poetry.



Mary Butts Quotes: "One should be allowed to choose one's burden."

One should be allowed to choose one's burden.




Mary Butts Quotes: "Sink twice before you strike out for land."

Sink twice before you strike out for land.



Mary Butts Quotes: "Frog or pearl, life hid something at the bottom of the cup."

Frog or pearl, life hid something at the bottom of the cup.



Mary Butts Quotes: "It is in the nature of any effort to leave something serviceable behind it."

It is in the nature of any effort to leave something serviceable behind it.



Mary Butts Quotes: "For watching death, and above all, after death; not death in battle, but death after battle, brings one to certain indifferences that are also a form of death."

For watching death, and above all, after death; not death in battle, but death after battle, brings one to certain indifferences that are also a form of death.