Anaïs Nin

(21 February 1903 – 14 January 1977 / Neuilly)

Anaïs Nin Poems

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  • Nicole Settimi Nicole Settimi (6/14/2018 8:10:00 AM)

    Does anybody know where she says the quote on Miller? HUGE fan of hers and do not recall reading this ever in her diaries and especially about Miller. Unless of course it is a chopped quote where she elaborates that while she didn't love his language she loved other things about his writing. If that is the case I would like the full quote because what is above is very deceiving, especially since she is a driving force behind the launch of his writing career.

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  • Martin O'Neill Martin O'Neill (3/22/2012 4:03:00 PM)

    Her comments about her father reinforce my belief about the Christian comment 'Thou shalt honour thy father and mother' which is - Why? Because they are older, your parents, wise, live in the same house, drink too much, abuse you, live as criminals, run an international aid agency?
    Respect is EARNED, not imposed by some animal sacrificing primitive's idea of what I should do according to HIS mores.
    Hurrah for Anais.

  • Paul Herron (12/12/2009 11:04:00 AM)

    To see other poems and information about Anais Nin, visit http: //anaisninblog.skybluepress.com We have translated two childhood poems from the French: 'Birth' and 'The Storm.'

Best Poem of Anaïs Nin

Risk

And then the day came,
when the risk
to remain tight
in a bud
was more painful
than the risk
it took
to Blossom.

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