Philip Corley
http://Bluesreprise@gmail.com

Bio for 2019

Philip is a Lexington native who has been writing poetry since his high school days, but only started taking it seriously relatively recently. He is also an aspiring novelist with a book series in the works. His focus is on human relationships, the quiet battles that everyone faces, and how we, as individuals and as a community, come together to overcome these issues.

Reason for signing up:

A dear friend recently said to me that we sometimes have to pay for the poems we write. I want to make something positive out of the trials life has given.

Poems Submitted This Year:

Badges

Participated in the 2016 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2016 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2017 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2017 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2018 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2018 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2019 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2019 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2020 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2020 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2021 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2021 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Sustained Lexington Poetry Month
Sustained Lexington Poetry Month

NOTE: Because poets have the ability to hide their badges and because registrations on LexPoMo.com only started in 2017, this may not represent an accurate portrayal of poems published by their associated poets, badges assigned to a poet, a poet's participation in the Writing Challenge, or anyone's relationship to Lexington Poetry Month, the Writing Challenge, or any other events, organizations, or persons.

To find a particular poem, please use the search bar at the top or bottom of the page. If you are a poet and see something missing, inaccurate, or incomplete, please reach out to us on our Contact page.