Poems of Joe Rosochacki
|21.||A New Low for Air Transport||5/4/2009|
|22.||A Peasant Girl Who Left Poland||4/1/2011|
|23.||A Penny for Your Thoughts||5/5/2009|
|24.||A Record Breaking No Deal||5/6/2009|
|25.||A Royal Flush!||4/30/2009|
|26.||A Shoulder To Cry On||9/30/2014|
|27.||A Stand-Up Priest||5/9/2009|
|28.||A Suicide, Politicians and Cover-Ups, Oh My!||5/7/2009|
|29.||A Tribute to Randy Pausch, Eric Griffiths, and Patrick Swayze||9/15/2009|
|30.||A Wanna Be D.B. Cooper||5/3/2009|
|31.||Abercrombie & Fitch||6/27/2009|
|32.||Acid Reflux Anyone||5/9/2009|
|33.||Aetna You're a Pain in the Ass||5/2/2009|
|34.||All Hallows Evening||5/9/2009|
|35.||Aloha and Good Riddance||7/31/2010|
|36.||Am I Nuts Or What?||10/20/2011|
|37.||America’s tending to go toward the Left||5/8/2009|
|38.||Amy Winehouse Who?||8/6/2011|
|39.||Another Change of Seasons||9/5/2013|
|40.||Another One Bites the Dust||2/17/2014|
Ode to the Bird
How people flocked to see him pitch.
He was tall and lanky, fidgety, a Detroit Tiger was known as the ‘Bird’.
How sorely he will be missed.
He was often described as eccentric, crazy, de-de-de and in fact weird.
I often would see him on the TV on Tiger Baseball with Al Kaline,
- or listen WJR-760’s Ernie Harwell for a switch,
My dad seemed to be amused by you,
His viewpoint was shared by a lot; more than a few.
Call it superstition, not to be confused with another Detroit superstar,