The music I desire must be supple enough to adapt itself to the lyrical effusions of the soul and the fantasy of dreams.
Elizabeth Hand is one of American literature's finest prose poets of the fantastic. Her novels are powerfully lyrical, suffused with visionary agony and dreamlike eroticism; in her hands, myth reattains the nightmare energy of its origins, staining the present and the future with atavistic hues of blood.elizabeth hand
Poetry is a lyrical insinuation. Often, its melodic subtlety kisses the subconscious mind.masiela lusha
The most important of the beat poets. He was a really true poet with an original voice, probably the most lyrical of those poets.nancy peters
Science produces an incomparably lyrical state in this man.ernest solvay
The better production of our generation has been mainly lyrical and it has been widely diffused.Selections from Modern Poets, Complete Edition (1927), p.vi
I've got miracle lyrical capability all in me / With the agility to escape a killer bee colony.eminem
You can be a permanent fixture in my lyrical mixture.eminem
The duty of a lyrical poet is not to express or explain, it is to intensify life.james stephens
Even atheistic scientists will wax lyrical about the scale, the majesty, the harmonly, the elegance, the sheer ingenuity of the universe of which they form so small and fragile a part. ... Science reveals that there is a coherent scheme of things, but scientists do not necessarily interpret that as evidence for meaning or purpose in the universe.Paul Davies, Cosmic Jackpot (2007) pages 15, 17
The duty of a lyrical poet is not to express or explain, it is to intensify life.Collected Poems (London: Macmillan, 1954) p. xii.
"There's nothing to beat these old English country houses." said Charlie, becoming lyrical. "All those parks and gardens and terraces and stuff. Makes you think of bygone ages and knights in armour and all like that. I saw one of these joints in a movie in Cicero once with Fred Astaire in it, and I remember thinking those guys have it pretty soft."From P.G. Wodehouse's Do Butlers Burgle Banks? (1968)
This little Collection differs, it is believed, from others in the attempt made to include in it all the best original lyrical pieces and songs in our language, by writers not living, and none besides the best. The Editor will regard as his fittest readers those who love poetry so well, that he can offer them nothing not already known and valued.francis turner palgrave
By and large the present day Indian film music lacks soulful melody, sublime spirit and compelling charm of its lyrical intensity and has nothing Hindustani in it.ram narayan
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