AMERICAN LEAGUE CENTRAL 2009 HAIKU FORECASTS

By Stuart Shea

WHITE SOX
From dawn to midnight
Glistening sweat beads cover
Guillen’s press spokesmen.

TWINS
Sweet April moonlight
Means “farewell” if the Twins are
Without Joe Mauer.

INDIANS
Each cool autumn
Indians fans get just the
Thin end of the Wedge.

ROYALS
Gold Kansas wheatfields
Yield more each season than
Green fields at Kauffmann.

TIGERS
A solar eclipse
Can’t match the disappearance
Of Dontrelle’s control.

Posted 4/1/09


Published in AL Central, Chicago White Sox, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, Haiku, History, Kansas City Royals, Management, Minnesota Twins, Players, Stu Shea | Link to this poem | 1 Comment

AMERICAN LEAGUE CENTRAL 2009 HAIKU FORECASTS: 1 Comment

  1. Shahry wrote,

    I like these Elliot. First, I’d rather see this adtitute than the hard-nose drive for earning money, to the exclusion of all else that matters in life. Second, it’s only money. I’ve lived my whole life with just enough and not much left over. It’s not too bad a way to go as long as you are fine with no extravagant vacations, oodles of electronic toys, fancy cars, etc. I’m not a miser but have great fun seeing how far i can stretch a dollar 🙂 Raised our whole family that way and everyone turned out just fine LOL

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