Joe Rosochacki

Joe Rosochacki Poems

121. Let's Go On A Picnic! 6/10/2010
122. Lost In This Mosquerade 8/18/2010
123. What Kind Of Acid Test Is This? 9/18/2010
124. Taxes, Taxes, And Taxes, Oh My! 2/28/2011
125. Wastin' A Day In Applebee's Margaritaville 4/12/2011
126. President Obama Gets A Lecture From Be-Be Unworkable Sung To Tune Unforgettable 5/21/2011
127. So Take Me Koala Back, Jack! 6/22/2011
128. Personal Foul 11/10/2011
129. The Day The King Of Camelot Died 11/23/2011
130. It Was A Black, Not Good, For Walter Vance, Friday 11/30/2011
131. Guess Who’s Coming To Worship 12/2/2011
132. Queer Eye For The Fast Ball 12/3/2011
133. The Last Curtain Call 7/14/2009
134. Pontiac G Oing T O (Be) O Ut 4/30/2009
135. Dad 6/19/2011
136. Rip Richard Onaga 6/22/2011
137. Revolution 11/21/2011
138. Ode To Dobie Gray 12/8/2011
139. The Detroit Institute Of Arts 7/22/2013
140. Was It Al Qaeda Or Was It The Taliban? 7/25/2013
141. The Ballad Of Marshmallow, Tevye, And Goose 8/6/2013
142. Carnage In Cairo, Atrocities In Alexandria, And Necromancies On The Nile 8/19/2013
143. Forever More 9/2/2013
144. Thrill Kills 8/30/2013
145. Images 9/4/2013
146. Another Change Of Seasons 9/5/2013
147. Who Needs Cruise Missiles? 9/5/2013
148. Would You Trust Assad? 9/10/2013
149. Leave It To The Beaver 4/12/2013
150. It Doesn’t Add Up 11/1/2013
151. It Doesn’t Add Up Redo 11/1/2013
152. Another One Bites The Dust 2/17/2014
153. Euro Vs. Ruble Or Once A Split Germany Soon To Be Split Ukraine 3/1/2014
154. The Mass And The Day Buddy Came Home 2/26/2014
155. It Makes You Think 3/30/2014
156. Tales Of Buddy 4/3/2014
157. Rocky The Fighting Squirrel 5/2/2014
158. I Would Like To Make A Reservation In This Wigwam 5/11/2014
159. Malayasia 17 7/20/2014
160. The Stars On Hollywood Boulevard Are Blooming Flowers 9/6/2014

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A Dead Hand

You got to know when to hold ‘em, know when to fold ‘em,
Know when to walk away and know when to run.
You never count your money when you're sittin at the table.
There'll be time enough for countin' when the dealins' done.

David Reese too young to fold,
David Reese a popular jack of all trades when it came to poker,
The bluffing,
the betting,
the skill that he played poker,
- was his ace of his sleeve.
He played poker without deuces wild,
not needing Jokers.
To bad his lungs were not flushed out for him to breathe,
Was is the casino smoke? ...

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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,

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