Paul Muldoon Quote: “What I try to do is…”

What I try to do is to go into a poem – and one writes them, of course, poem by poem – to go into each poem, first of all without having any sense whatsoever of where it’s going to end up.

Paul Muldoon


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Name: Paul Muldoon
Profession: Poet
Nationality: English
Birthday: June 20, 1951
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