Shauna Stoltz

Rookie (03/02/1990 / Washington)

Red Birds


The cards stadium is gone
and with it so many memories
our first game and ball
and our first autograph card

meeting our favorite players
and we can't forget fredbird
having our hearts soar
when we see our beloved red birds

we chant the red birds
at the beloved bush stadium
seeing and watching
the Cardinals fly

making it to the world series
with one of our final actions
trying to prove to all
the red birds wont die

we won our division
but lost the world series
however we did help break
the Boston Red Sox curse

Bush stadium is now gone
memories are all we have left
of the red birds stadium
were they first learned to fly

the new stadium is up
with memories on the way
but will it be the same
or just bring tears to our eyes

red birds migrated
to a new home this year
to fly on new air
and fly to the world series.

Submitted: Friday, March 30, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, February 09, 2011
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