Philip Larkin died on 2nd December, 1985, and more than 3 decades after his death, the emotions that he weaved into his poems are still felt by his readers.

His poems are known for the truth they hold. Not someone to mince his words, the way he presents his poems will leave you with existential questions. His work, mostly on modern life, will make you realise the sort of labyrinth we all live in and how we often end up complicating things for ourselves.

On his death anniversary, we bring you 15 quotes by him that will leave you with a lot to think about:

Enough food for thought, isn't it?

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