An Ode to Bright House Field (With No Mention of the Hooters Ball Girls)

by Joyce Heiser

We could’ve gone to SeaWorld
The ocean sounds like fun
Instead we sit in the hot heat sun
And watch a game of chance

Is it a game or more a test?
Road-tired vets that have to play
Minted fresh kids who demand their say
Now, then, a years-old dance

It’s a fine, fine line they walk
For us a lazy day
A beer, a dog, just to get away
It takes work to make romance


Published in Ballparks, Fans, Food, Lyric, Philadelphia Phillies, The Game Itself | Link to this poem | 1 Comment

An Ode to Bright House Field (With No Mention of the Hooters Ball Girls): 1 Comment

  1. Stephen Jones wrote,

    I like – a lot.

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