Poems, East Village, New York City. The White Porcelain Well evokes both the inner and outer landscapes of New York City's gay village. Written mostly in coffee houses and all-night diners over the course of several years, these poems attempt to capture the denizens of the East Village in all their magic, mystery, joy, pathos and heartbreak. These are poems of love, yearning, youth, aging, loss, and memory, all played out against the backdrop of Manhattan's towering spires and gritty back alleys. If you enjoy The White Porcelain Well, follow me at http://wessmongojolley.com, and check out my supernatural horror trilogy, The Last Handful of Clover! NOTE: This Wattpad edition only contains the poems from this book that have been published in other books and journals. As more poems are published elsewhere, they will be added here.