Gregory D. Welch

Bio for 2020

Gregory D. Welch is a Kentucky poet who writes about life through many lenses. He writes poetry about nature, the moon and stars, the mystical and surreal and the rhythms of the tiny moments in between.<br />His favorite spot to sit and think is on the front porch in the porch swing. There are few better machines ever made for thinking and writing than the porch swing.

Reason for signing up:

I had a blast writing poetry everyday for the National Poetry Month Challenge, and really miss the daily rhythm it helped me shape.
There's nothing better than the excitement of finding a new poem waiting to be discovered each morning.
I want to tap back into that, see if I can find new ways to challenge myself to grow and experience life as a poet.

Poems Submitted This Year:


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