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Jean Garrigue

  • In the false country of the zoo / Grief is well represented there / From those continents of the odd / And outmoded, Africa and Australia.

    • Jean Garrigue,
    • "False Country of the Zoo," The Ego and the Centaur ()
  • I loved my images far more than you ...

    • Jean Garrigue,
    • "Broken-Nosed Gods," The Ego and the Centaur ()
  • If we get used to life that is the crime ...

    • Jean Garrigue,
    • "Some Serious Nonsense for the Cats and Wolves," The Monument Rose ()
  • Who loves his pain denies his god.

    • Jean Garrigue,
    • "A Demon Came to Me," A Water Walk by Villa d'Este ()
  • The jealousy of the dead is lasting!

    • Jean Garrigue,
    • "The Snowfall," in Howard Moss, ed., The Poet's Story ()
  • Love is the image of ourself until ourself destroys us.

    • Jean Garrigue,
    • "The Snowfall," in Howard Moss, ed., The Poet's Story ()

Jean Garrigue, U.S. poet, writer

(1913 - 1972)