|Autumn Sky Poetry - Number 4|
|I never regret how the pistol's trigger felt
A boy stoned me with a pitcher's arm;
In hell, I think of childhood dinners:
I stand in ankle flames,
A nightmare's etiology is cholesterol, caffeine,
Jeffrey Calhoun is an upperclassman at the University of Dayton. He is pursuing his goal of being a research biologist and writes poetry in his free time. He thinks a good poem says something that has never been said before, or says something old in a new way. And a good poem says it well. His writing credits include Lily, Poems Niederngasse, the Loch Raven Review, decomp, the Dande Review, and Tilt.
© 2006 Jeffrey Calhoun