He is a truly complex fellow, not unlike the Michelangelos and da Vincis of the Renaissance period. He's a supreme artist but he is constantly filled with doubts and self-anger about his work--and that is what makes him so good. He is a perfectionist who is never sure he is attaining perfection.
The steel worker on the girderLearned not to look down, and does his workand there are words we have learnedNot to look at,Not to look for substanceBelow them. But we are on the vergeOf vertigo.george oppen
All societies that have survived have survived based on their ability to prepare their sons to be disposable, in war and at work--and therefore as dads.warren farrell
Who first invented workand tied the free And holy-day rejoicing spirit down To the ever-haunting importunity Of business?Charles Lamb
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