Jack Williams (23/05/1984)
Biography of Jack Williams
As a young man with relatively limited experience of life, I am particularly interested in writing about love and sex at the moment, but I cover other stuff too, such as religion and death.
When I write, I sometimes use quite loose rhymes and assonances, but I am quite particular about rhythm. I also think that a poem's name is a crucial part of it. My poems' names often change several times before I settle on something I am happy with. Some of my poems are quite abstract, in which case I encourage people to develop their own interpretations.
I have only recently started to take a serious interest in poetry, and don't know a huge amount about it. Recommendations of favourite poets are therefore very welcome.
- A lover and a friend
- A poem about a suicide note
- A poem about nothing
- A poem that hits you like a karate chop ...
- A study in your absence
- All I had to lose
- Almost carefree
- Bury me deep
- Down behind the dustbin - a boy's poem (...
- Fear of commitment/The godless captain
- I couldn’t see God
- I don't want you to be glad
- I loved you
- I will drive you down
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