Jeffrey Philip Clegg

Rookie - 3 Points (09/12/1959 / Macon, Georgia)

Jeffrey Philip Clegg Poems

1. Hydrostatic Tantra Cycling 6/22/2005
2. Shake, Rattle And Roll 6/26/2005
3. Within The Corridors 6/27/2005
4. We Hope The Snow Melts 7/6/2005
5. Loneliness 7/6/2005
6. The Bottomless Well 6/24/2005
7. What It Is And What It Ain'T 5/24/2005
8. Why I Want David To Be A Quarterback 6/28/2005
9. Who Are We? 6/19/2005
10. Friends 6/20/2005
11. Too Much Self Contemplation 7/10/2005
12. Flight Eternal 7/10/2005
13. Nothingness 7/10/2005
14. Seams Of Darkness 7/11/2005
15. Tinted By Dark Gray 7/11/2005
16. One Day Closer 7/12/2005
17. Cody 8/28/2005
18. It Never Ends 9/17/2005
19. First, There Is A Mountain 10/1/2005
20. In The Morning, When We Rise 5/20/2005
21. It's Too Late 5/20/2005
22. Howling Universe 8/22/2005
23. Rejected 8/27/2005
24. Ode To A Vietnamese Poet 6/24/2005
25. Ode To John Mclaughlin 8/15/2005
26. Of Human Blondeage 6/25/2005
27. Aubrey 5/20/2005
28. Starry Knight 5/20/2005
29. Cheaper Buy The Doesn'T 5/20/2005
30. Tuesday Afternoon 6/6/2005
31. What Sad Passion? 6/7/2005
32. Little Man Off Compass 6/7/2005
33. God, Please Say I Did Not Scare Her Away 6/9/2005
34. Don'T Captains Go Down With Their Ships? 7/7/2005
35. Wood Or Wouldn'T? 5/18/2005
36. Just Three Words 6/6/2005
37. Marrow Smith 8/15/2005
38. Bored Games 6/24/2005
39. Backwards Yrteop 6/24/2005
40. Aftermath 6/11/2005
Best Poem of Jeffrey Philip Clegg

Carnal Geeks

I was sitting on our sofa
reading a book about
the original carnival geeks
when I realized my girlfriend
sometimes bites my head off
as though I were a chicken

Of course
she gets as mad
as a wet hen
when I call her
The Bearded Lady

Then we wrestle -
I pin her arms to the floor
and
like a beagle puppy
I lick the tip of her nose
She screams at me to stop
but can't quit giggling
as we begin
to tear each other's clothes off.

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Within The Corridors

You are within me,
yet I am without you.
In order to find us,
I push through
the evolving door.
I feel the wind:
Oh, the air
in my face!

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