Poetic drunkenness

The writer who cares more about words than about story – characters, action, setting, atmosphere – is unlikely to create a vivid and continuous dream; he gets in his own way too much; in his poetic drunkenness, he can’t tell the cart – and its cargo – from the horse.
John Gardner (via LitReactor)
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Roberto Carrasco

Mucha verdad tiene esas palabras. Uno a veces se obsesiona con la apariencia y palabras y deja de lado lo verdadero y esencial.

Un saludo