American League Central 2014 Spring Training Haiku

by Stuart Shea

WHITE SOX
Can the Sox play tough?
White indicates purity…
Are dirty suits allowed?

INDIANS
If only Swisher
Struck out more often…but then,
Truth ain’t poetry.

TIGERS
The old roar is gone…
No more sneaking cigarettes.
It’s a young man’s turn.

ROYALS
It is difficult
To keep from strangling youth with
High expectations.

TWINS
Mauer ain’t sour,
He’s heretofore banished from
Those bad Twins hurlers.

 


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American League Central 2014 Spring Training Haiku: 1 Comment

  1. Adama wrote,

    Angela Griffith – Oh my goodness!!!! Where do I start! that first one is such a fabuolus keepsake for her to pass down to her little one!! The second one is simply gorgeous!!! Love the brushes you did on that image! Awesome job once again Dawn! This is your thing!!!!!!!!

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