Wendy Cope Quote: “I always tell students that writing…”

I always tell students that writing a poem and publishing it are two quite separate things, and you should write what you have to write, and if you’re afraid it’s going to upset someone, don’t publish it.

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Name: Wendy Cope
Profession: Poet
Nationality: English
Birthday: July 21, 1945
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