What is needed is a noticeable unnoticeable style,... a directness of speech that seems to one judging easily imitable, to one trying it nothing less so.
The Problem of Style, Fawcett, New York 1966
An old dissembler who lived out his lie Lies here as if he did not fear to die.J. V. Cunningham
What demon is our god? What name subsumes That act external to our sleeping selves? Not pleasure it is much too broad and narrow , Not sex, not for the moment love, but pride, And not in prowess, but pride undefined, Autonomous in its unthought demands, A bit of vanity, but mostly pride.J. V. Cunningham