Heat never bothers you As a kid, play until You drop, brown and dusty Then haul ass on your bike To the corner store, Grab an ice cold pop From the cooler And you’re good to go, Ready to play two Before you’re called home for dinner. It turns up a bit as aContinue reading “Heat Wave / a new poem by Tom Evans”
Dear Ken, FDR wrote to Judge Landis shortly after Pearl Harbor when it was being decided whether major league games should continue during the war, America needs baseball as a recreational diversion for a nation that will of necessity be working longer and harder than ever before in the coming times. My friend Rich,Continue reading “BASEBALL, OR THE MYTH OF THE ETERNAL RECCURENCE / a new poem by Tom Evans”
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latest issue of the Ann Arbor Review has a couple of my poems: http://annarborreview.net/aArborReview_XX/AARIndex.htm