A World Series Poem

by Stephen Jones


Eight . . . four . . . two
now the World Series venue

bat and ball ball and bat
pitchers arms curved awkward


their pitches skew batters
drive them crazy inside out


the lazy curve the sudden hit
between two players


the breath exhales
the game is on


Posted 10/26/2009

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