Troy Ulysses Davis
Fit Nuisance (Sonnet) - Poem by Troy Ulysses Davis
Poetry is the new relay races.
The six mile treks, crosscountry running.
The new stress release finally coming.
Stretching ready to perform, tight laces.
Reviews and new poetry appraisal.
All the while babysitting younguns.
Municipal concerns the next summons.
Extortionist can legally face us
Yet wondering whose on the track now?
Six month dodging fitness for family
How does one hundred calistetics sound?
Warriors returning to training found
protesting occupation candidly.
Forty miles weekly, so now I lounge.
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