Literature, like memory, selects only the vivid patches.
As quoted in Notes of T E Hulme, Imagism & Imagists (1931) by Glenn Hughes
All emotions are the ore from which poetry may be sifted.T. E. Hulme
Old houses were scaffolding onceand workmen whistling.T. E. Hulme
A poem is good if it contains a new analogy and startles the reader out of the habit of treating words as counters.T. E. Hulme