Room 3028 Poem by Andrew Taylor

Bleak courtyard somewhere
the sky is blue
doors slam quietness
interrupted
satellite television

Empty bottle Veuve Clicquot
five glasses ice bucket in corridor
the smell of coffee
the pen has a logo

Curtain flows
with courtyard breeze
blackout curtains
blackout notions
of time

ANDREW TAYLOR

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2 Responses to “Room 3028 Poem by Andrew Taylor”

  1. Andrew Taylor is a Liverpool poet and co-editor of erbacce and erbacce-press. His latest collection comes from Original Plus, and an e-book is forthcoming in Autumn by Differentia Press. Recent poems have appeared in New Aesthetic, Concrete Meat Sheet, Deuce Coupe and The Red Ceilings. He has a PhD in Poetry and Poetics.

  2. ‘doors slam quietness’ and I can begin to smell the atmosphere portrayed.

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