Joe Rosochacki Poems
"Neither Rain, Nor Snow, Nor Sleet, Nor Hail Shall Keep The Postmen From Their Appointed Rounds.&Quot; But The Lack Of Money May.
The United States Postal Service is running out of money to operate.
My dad was a postal clerk in Hamtramck, Michigan, zone 12,
Before the use of zip codes, yes I am that old,
Zip codes were enacted by the time I was eight.
One of the Postal branches in New York City has; neither snow…..,
Though, - the US Postal officially has no motto.
My dad went on a strike back when the US Postal System was run by the government,
It was called a wild cat strike,
He feared for his job but the union "wanted" him to strike for better pay,
I believe he was making ...
Long Live The King!
Lucille longs for you
You that gently five
especially her third, 'G' string
It was either Gibson 345 or 355, I had the same kind
You influenced many as your interpretation of the blues Stevie Ray Vaughn and Eric Clapton comes to mind
You've gained awards from President to Grammy's to the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Then much more you can claim
Blues guitarist-vocalists are performing in tribute 'The Thrill is Gone' for you today in every blues bar across the world