Stanley Cooper

Rookie - 20 Points (August 4th,1926 / New York City)

Stanley Cooper Poems

41. An Infant’s Point Of View 7/26/2010
42. An Ode To A Lame Duck 12/2/2007
43. And The Spin Goes On 12/10/2006
44. And What Are You Doing For Christmas 12/30/2010
45. Angelic Me 8/27/2010
46. Anthropomorphism 10/11/2007
47. Anti-Symmetric 10/6/2007
48. Anything For A Buck 11/24/2010
49. Apples And Oranges 12/6/2005
50. Artistic Integrity 12/30/2005
51. Artistic Snobbery 8/24/2008
52. Askance 12/19/2011
53. Aunt Eva 6/27/2009
54. B C 10/11/2007
55. Baconian Theorem 12/29/2005
56. Bah Humbug 12/14/2005
57. Bailing-Out Poor Broke Me 4/14/2009
58. Baseball And Life 9/19/2007
59. Before I Was Dead 9/28/2009
60. Belly Up 1/27/2006
61. Between Our Ears 4/6/2008
62. Between The Lines 3/9/2006
63. Beyond One’s Nose 2/22/2008
64. Bible Stories 1/9/2006
65. Bilingual I’m Not 2/4/2008
66. Bird-Brainery 12/19/2011
67. Birth Of Our Nation 11/3/2009
68. Birthdays 3/10/2009
69. Bleeped Off 12/31/2005
70. Blow Your Bugle, Soldier Man 6/29/2009
71. Brain Abuse 8/22/2012
72. Bullfighting 3/31/2010
73. Bushy-Tailed Cronies 3/8/2006
74. Busy 1/5/2006
75. But That’s How It Is 8/21/2010
76. Campaign Code Words 3/5/2008
77. Cannibal Eating Rites (Or Wrongs) 12/19/2005
78. Capital Punishment 1/5/2007
79. Cat Of Nine Tails 9/26/2006
80. Caught In The Middle 12/4/2005
Best Poem of Stanley Cooper

Jackie Robinson…an American Hero

He never asked to be a hero
For him, playing ball would be just fine
Potentially his chance was less than zero
To overcome that black-white racist line

Unlike Duke, Dimag and Mickey
Jackie entered through back doors
The stage was set by Mr. Rickey
For Robinson to fight that Civil War

Sports, they say, mirrors society
So, they should have hung their heads in shame
For what was then America's propriety
Brought prejudice to every game

The Brooklyn Bums, at long last, found salvation
When Robinson's talents were revealed
With the awesome ...

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Linguistic Anguish

I suffer so with linguistic anguish
At corruption of our English language
Spouting double negative pollution
Ascertains no positive conclusion

There ain’t no sense, I have to say
In speaking in this kind of way
I seem to find it most confounding
Why double negatives remain abounding

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