Ezra Pound and William Butler Yeats

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"Pain only hurts." - Scott Jurek
"The best way out is always through." - Robert Frost
"how can we know the dancer from the dance" - William Butler Yeats
"Wanting to be someeone else is a waste of who you are." Kurt Cobain
"Long distance running is 90% mental and the other half is physical.” Rich DavisQuotes:

"Pain only hurts." - Scott Jurek
"The best way out is always through." - Robert Frost
"how can we know the dancer from the dance" - William Butler Yeats
"Wanting to be someeone else is a waste of who you are." Kurt Cobain
"Long distance running is 90% mental and the other half is physical.” Rich Davis
Quotes:

"Pain only hurts." - Scott Jurek
"The best way out is always through." - Robert Frost
"how can we know the dancer from the dance" - William Butler Yeats
"Wanting to be someeone else is a waste of who you are." Kurt Cobain
"Long distance running is 90% mental and the other half is physical.” Rich Davis
Quotes:

"Pain only hurts." - Scott Jurek
"The best way out is always through." - Robert Frost
"how can we know the dancer from the dance" - William Butler Yeats
"Wanting to be someeone else is a waste of who you are." Kurt Cobain
"Long distance running is 90% mental and the other half is physical.” Rich Davis
Quotes:

"Pain only hurts." - Scott Jurek
"The best way out is always through." - Robert Frost
"how can we know the dancer from the dance" - William Butler Yeats
"Wanting to be someeone else is a waste of who you are." Kurt Cobain
"Long distance running is 90% mental and the other half is physical.” Rich Davis
Quotes:

"Pain only hurts." - Scott Jurek
"The best way out is always through." - Robert Frost
"how can we know the dancer from the dance" - William Butler Yeats
"Wanting to be someeone else is a waste of who you are." Kurt Cobain
"Long distance running is 90% mental and the other half is physical.” Rich Davis
Quotes:

"Pain only hurts." - Scott Jurek
"The best way out is always through." -

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