Poems of Joe Rosochacki
|41.||Are You Experienced?||5/5/2009|
|43.||At Least It's Not a Jonestown||5/22/2011|
|44.||B(S) P Oil aka Bull Sh&&ing Pri&ks or How to Make Gaia Bleed||6/17/2010|
|45.||Bakker the Red- Nosed Evangelist (sung to the tune Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer)||5/9/2009|
|46.||Baltimore Catechisms, Pagan Babies, and Bishops Captured by Pawns||5/9/2009|
|47.||Banking on Getting a New Mattress?||6/10/2009|
|49.||Bearly a Cereal Killer||5/6/2009|
|50.||Bee-atch is Back||5/8/2009|
|51.||Being Accused of Murder is a Weight(y) and See Situation||5/9/2009|
|52.||Being Declared Dead Can Ruin Your Health||5/2/2009|
|53.||Bill Clinton Wanna’ Be||5/7/2009|
|54.||Bill Richardson is Judas Iscariot, HUH?||5/8/2009|
|55.||Birdie on the Seventh Hole, Shoot like a Pro||5/11/2009|
|56.||Birds of a Feather, F$#k Together or Gertrude and Heathcliff, Where are You?||11/27/2010|
|58.||Black Friday II||5/6/2009|
|60.||Blue on Blue||7/28/2009|
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,