Kenneth Koch Quote: “Once I start writing about something…”

Once I start writing about something, it goes off rather fast, and sometimes details which might be interesting such as what the room looked like or what somebody said that was not exactly on the same subject tend to get lost.

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Name: Kenneth Koch
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Birthday: February 27, 1925
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