Robert Graves on Remembering the Future.
by Estéban Trujillo de Gutiérrez
“In the poetic act, time is suspended and details of future experience often become incorporated in the poem, as they do in dreams. This explains why the first Muse of the Greek triad was named Mnemosyne, ‘Memory’: one can have memory of the future as well as of the past. Memory of the future is usually called instinct in animals, intuition in human beings.”
–Robert Graves, The White Goddess, pg. 343