Stanley Cooper

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

Stanley Cooper Poems

481. Fountain Of Youth 4/19/2006
482. Without Commercials 3/18/2006
483. Topsy-Turvy World 11/15/2007
484. Punctuation 12/8/2005
485. St. Peter At The Golden Gate 9/7/2007
486. Parallelism 12/6/2008
487. Latitude And Longitude 12/24/2011
488. Birthdays 3/10/2009
489. K K K 2/9/2006
490. Stand-Up Comedians 2/6/2008
491. What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up? 5/20/2008
492. A New Animal Kingdom 8/8/2007
493. Food For Thought 1/25/2006
494. Baseball And Life 9/19/2007
495. The American Dream...? 5/29/2006
496. “the War To End All Wars” 9/15/2009
497. Jackie Robinson…an American Hero 1/2/2006

Comments about Stanley Cooper

  • logan paul (1/31/2018 5:09:00 AM)

    amazing poem just the best

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  • Sallie Howson (5/10/2007 4:21:00 PM)

    thoroughly enjoying reading your poetry. sallie

  • Michael Shepherd (1/10/2006 4:48:00 AM)

    Hi Stanley. I enjoy your lively mind and wish I'd come to your poems earlier... but here I am now. It does you credit, and all power and good health to you. Take care. Michael

  • G. Murdock (12/12/2005 9:06:00 PM)

    A renaissance man and wordman of impeccable wit. This is how a review of your work would read if it were written by me. I enjoyed all of your works. Thanks for your poetry Mr. Cooper

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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To Late To Early

My naive expectations
Promised golden days
They were youthful aspirations
In those long gone yesterdays

My outlook so affirmative
Of what lie ahead for me
I was positively positive
Of the future that would be

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