Witter Bynner

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Harold Witter Bynner (August 10, 1881June 1, 1968) was an American poet, writer and academic.

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  • I am a miser of my memories of you
And will not spend them.
  • Coins, in The Beloved Stranger: Two Books of Song & a Divertisement for the Unknown Lover, 1919.
  • The core and the surface
    Are essentially the same
    Words making them seem different
    Only to express appearance.
    If name be needed, wonder names them both:
    From wonder into wonder existence opens.
  • A man who knows how little he knows is well, a man who knows how much he knows is sick.
    • The Way of Life, According to Laotzu, 1944.

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