Why do you write poetry? – Koraly Dimitriadis

I asked a bunch of poets the above question. I’ll publish their answers ’til I run out or something else happens to stop me.

Koraly Dimitriadis says:

“I write poetry because it explodes out of me, and life doesn’t function or make sense if i don’t write it. I write poetry to tear down the layers of walls that surround me, to make sense of myself and my world…”

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Poet. Author. Beard. Husband. Dad. Four chickens. Dog. Cat. I can sometimes fix my lawnmower.

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4 comments on “Why do you write poetry? – Koraly Dimitriadis
  1. I write poetry to survive my head, in hand to hand combat with my rats

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