The sharp quote

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The sharp quote is a quote related to the world of the knife that come from the letter, from the cinema, from poetry, from an ordinary person.

Quotes are always a source of inspiration and contain in a few words a communicative essence that allows you to regain direction or new energy.
It is important to always stay focused when creating!
The makers know how important it is to work inspired and focused and that’s why this post of quotes is born that will be updated over time!
The sharp quote.

Charles Bukowski's sharp quote

They planted so many knives in me that when they give me a flower at first I don’t understand what it is. It takes time.

(Charles Bukowski)

Henry Charles “Hank” Bukowski Jr.,born Heinrich Karl Bukowski (IPA: [bu’kfski],also known by the pseudonym Henry Chinaski,his literary alter ego (August 16, 1920 – March 9, 1994) was an American poet and writer.

He has written six novels, hundreds of short stories and thousands of poems, for a total of over sixty books.

The content of these treats of his life, characterized by a morbid relationship with alcohol, frequent sexual experiences (described in a realistic way and without too many euphemisms) and stormy relationships with people.

The literary current to which it is often associated is that of dirty realism.

“The profound truth, to do anything, to write, to paint, lies in simplicity. Life is profound in its simplicity.”

(C. Bukowski)

This quote by Charles Bukowski I love it because it somehow encloses and shares a part of my philosophy, also with regard to the knife, simple and essential, perhaps that’s why loveless Drop Point knife is and was for all a school.

You can make a thousand curves and incisions but if the knife lacks essence it is like a well-dressed pyre, it always remains a pyre.

The essence is felt, it is perceived beyond appearances!


Who works with his hands is a worker. Whoever works with his hands and his head is a craftsman. Who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist.

St. Francis D’Assisi


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