Sunday, June 20, 2010

Today in Ron Cook Poetry: "Requiem for a Pitching Staff"

By Artistry

I have a 17-month-old son. The little guy wanted Daddy's attention this Father's Day morning, just as I was noticing today's new Ron Cook column. "Daddy needs to do a blog post," I said. "It'll only take 3 minutes. I promise." And with that, we give you Today in Ron Cook Poetry.

Let's assume the very best here this morning.
It will be some lineup.
A lot more.
A lot better.
That is worth repeating.
It's really hard to be that bad.
No, it is not all on the pitchers.
Of course, it's not.
You might have heard that sort of thing can be a real setback for a pitcher.
Good luck with that.
How do you keep him?
His pitching surely hasn't been.
Are you thinking what I'm thinking?


Inspiration for today's poetry: http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/10171/1066942-87.stm

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