A person who makes things of poor quality is in fact worse than a thief; he does not make things that will last or provide true satisfaction. A thief at least redistributes the wealth of a society.
The artist, and particularly the poet, is always an anarchist in the best sense of the word. He must heed only the call that arises within him from three strong voices: the voice of death, with all its foreboding, the voice of love and the voice of art.
— Federico García Lorca