Who said/wrote this quote originally?
"Learn from your dreams what you lack".
The first time I read it, it said it was by W. H. Auden in one of his poems, yet I read somewhere else Lyndon B. Johnson, our 36th president, said it?
Do you know who it came from originally?
Bonus: If it was by W. H. Auden, do you know the name of the poem it's in?
I read it in a poem (which I'm having trouble re-finding) by Auden, after it was something along the lines of "for as your fears have you most hope", but then I googled it and it said Johnson said it, so that's why I'm a'wondering.
Already did that before I asked this- Auden was born in 1907 and Johnson was born in 1908. . .
But, yeah I agree with Auden said it and Johnson quoted it, I just want to find out if and what poem it's in!