:''პოეზია არის საუკეთესო სიტყვები საუკეთესო წესრიგით.''
Where the author is highly notable, the inclusion of less literate statements by that author may be justified. Where the speaker is of little notability, we seek the witty, the pithy, the wise, the eloquent, and the poignant expressions. How a quote is weighed under this factor is a very subjective decision, which may be determined by consensus of the community.
For a quote from a poem or other literature, the key is whether the exact words are notable. However, when quoting a scientist the notability of the underlying meaning may suffice even if the exact words the scientist used are not well known, for example [[Isaac Newton#Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (1687)|Isaac Newton's]] statement of the laws of motion, [[Johannes Kepler]]'s statement of the laws of planetary motions, or [[Albert Einstein]]'s discussion of the Theory of Relativity.