Dolf Imfo

Rookie (Prishtinë, Kosovo)

Kansas,1945 - Poem by Dolf Imfo

Tim Sart was born in Kansas, in 1945
That was when the nation was good, and pure, and didn’t take any jive
The Greatest Generation had won the War, defeating Mussolini, Hitler and Tojo
That was long before our morals were debased, by Bill Clinton and his blojo

Children in those days had not a worry in the world
The war was over, the streets were safe, the flag was proudly unfurled
From covered porches, picket fences, we knew our cause was right
There were no Econoline vans, prowling in the night

Today, things are different now, our country’s lost it’s course
Tim Sarts can pick up kids at will, without worry or remorse
Oh wait, did I just say that? I meant black men, out on bail.
The Padres just traded cash and a minor leaguer, for reliever Doug Brocail.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, September 13, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, April 8, 2011

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