Sunday, October 21, 2018

Two Drunks By Daniel W. Wright

Two drunks
sharing beers
sharing songs
blues rock blares
over the bar
They’re loud
they’re the only ones here
They’ve got no worries
They’ve got no secrets
Two drunks at the bar
More free
than the rest of us


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A poet of the no collar work force, Daniel W. Wright is a mid-western son who loves and loathes the red brick town that surrounds him. A longtime writer of wild nights and whiskey tributes, Wright speaks for the lover in every loner. He is currently the author of five chapbooks of poetry, the most recent being The Death of the Ladies Man with Bad Jacket Press. His work has appeared in the Gasconade Review as well as underground zines Bad Jacket and Crappy Hour.

1 comment:

  1. not bad needs to be fleshed out a little but I like the subject matter better then the usual college prof stuff keep on with the good stuff

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