10 More Great Quotes About Poets, Poetry, and Writing From Movies

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“Some celestial event. No… no words. No words to describe it. Poetry! They should’ve sent a poet. So beautiful. So beautiful… I had no idea.”

—Contact (1997)

“Like anything worth writing, it came inexplicably and without method.”

—Stranger Than Fiction (2006)

“Truth is like poetry. And most people f**king hate poetry.”

—The Big Short (2015)

“If it’s bad, I’ll hate it because I hate bad writing. If it’s good I’ll be envious and I’ll hate it all the more. You don’t want the opinion of another writer.”

—Midnight in Paris (2011)

“In a poet’s pocket, you often find the product of an active imagination.”

—Cyrano Bergerac (1950)

“Why is it that the words that we write for ourselves are always so much better than the words we write for others?”

—Finding Forrester (2000)

“Poems are my solace for the eternity which surrounds us all.”

—A Quiet Passion (2016)

“There are no trashy writers, only trashy readers.”

—Reuben, Reuben (2016)

“Poetry doesn’t belong to those who write it; it belongs to those who need it.”

—Il Postino (1994)

“Everything gets revised 4,000 times. There’s no writing. There’s only rewriting.”

—Get Bruce (1999)

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