A Bad Night by William Taylor Jr.

Please click here to read this poem

You may read his other work HERE.

From his website:

William Taylor Jr. is a Pushcart Prize nominated poet.

He lives in San Francisco with his wife and a cat named Trouble.His work has been widely published in the independent press and across the internet in such publications as Poesy, Anthills and The Chiron Review. He is the author of several chapbooks and his latest book, So Much Is Burning is available from sunnyoutside press. Words For Songs Never Written, a book of new and collected poems is due out early in 2007 from Centennial Press.

11 Responses to A Bad Night by William Taylor Jr.

  1. Sumedh says:

    A very interesting, unique read; thanks for sharing it!

  2. Scot says:

    thanks for reading

  3. JO says:

    Really enjoyed. I’ll have to read more of his work.

  4. Scot says:

    Glad you liked it. If you remember I featured his book on here a few months back–“Words for Songs Never Written”–good work!

  5. whypaisley says:

    excellent choice of poem.. i really enjoyed its narrative style…

  6. Scot says:

    Thanks paisley

  7. kimtblogger says:

    funny when you want people to talk to you they don’t and vice versa… I wonder are there lots of poets on MySpace? Plenty of musos I must investigate

  8. johemmant says:

    Fantastic easy style with a seering close.

  9. Scot says:

    yes, there are plenty of poets on myspace–William and A.D. are both there. I will be doing an interview with both of those guys next week—should be good

  10. Scot says:

    thanks for stopping in–appreciated.

  11. Scot says:

    there is a writing community on MySpace

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