With a cynicism that is at once dark and hilarious, the poems of Jack Cannon spill the guts of their metaphysical angst. They speak of accomplishment and failure, often touching on the rapid and cruel passage of time. Stubbornly unpredictable and wild, these poems are sure to inspire and entertain you with their passionate moodiness.
Jack says, "I have been writing for some years, and like to get below the surface, if I can, and take a look at things from a less common perspective." Drop him a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jack's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
Drawing the Blinds
The buildings I've built