Wikiquote:Quote of the day/November 18

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Margaret Atwood Eden Mills Writers Festival 2006.jpg
  A lot of being a poet consists of willed ignorance. If you woke up from your trance and realized the nature of the life-threatening and dignity-destroying precipice you were walking along, you would switch into actuarial sciences immediately.

~ Margaret Atwood ~