Quotations From LEILA SAMARRAI


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  • Human hypocrisy should be respected as virtue is not worth the effort.
    On virtue
  • People believe there is no difference between intelligence and smartness. I beg to differ - I've met many intelligent cretins in my life, but smart idiot, I've never seen anything like it.
    Leila Samarrai
  • Art is a game. Poetry as well. At the end of the day, you either know how to play it or not
    Leila Samarrai
  • Man is in his own microcosm akin to a personal box, with poetry as its lid which it can defend itself from the world; which can be opened in the desire to meet something wider than your own personal reach
    Leila Samarrai
  • A good author is he who isn't afraid to speak his mind; he who dictates the art of the verse. A scribbler who merely keeps quiet and enjoys being lauded is nothing but a reader with nothing of importance to do. He whose written word trickles from his wounds into the world and onto paper is not afraid to both praise and criticize, this is what he strives towards
    Leila Samarrai
  • Man is in his own microcosm akin to a personal box, with poetry as its lid which it can defend itself from the world
    Leila Samarrai
  • - We heard the scream!
    - But you did not hear the whisper
    Leila Samarrai
  • This is the world of lies
    Of thirsty angels who die
    While still appearing angelic
    They've lost their shine
    Leila Samarrai
  • We live in a simulated reality, craving an image that has no significance, cherishing the desire when there is no answer
    Leila Samarrai
  • Poetry is an old wise serpent which only occasionally comes out to catch the sun (and scare people)
    Leila Samarrai
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