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BASEBALL acrostic

                                            BASEBALL

              Batters up…..the tingles start and now we know its spring
              All the winter woes are gone and baseball fever sings
              Seats are chosen --lucky fans will sit where they can see
              Easy chairs for some are best--- the price of them is free
              Bull pens hold the players and the feelings there run high
              As the batter taps the plate he glances at the sky
              Like somewhere there is a baseball god who’ll help him out
              Luckily he smacks a low ball—it’s a home run and a shout


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Crazy Bi'w'atch

What you sayin?
We own it
For the morning of the lord
To the night
Greatness
Don’ start
Tarty mart


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South Paw Babe Ruth-

Silence hushed a crowd in awe,
only crickets could be heard.
Under the spell of the Babe,
they stared where he had pointed,
hoping to see a home run. 

Perhaps the greatest player
America ever knew,
would once again, please the crowd.

But the pitcher was not phased
and threw a wicket screwball.
Babe watched its winding approach,
eyed it close, took aim and swung.

Resounding off of his bat,
unfailingly the ball flew.
Then, with the crowd cheering, it
headed straight to its target.

			



(A first letter acrostic poem spelling " South Paw Babe Rurth.")


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Batter Up

Batter, batter swing that bat, hit that ball!
A roar goes up from the crowd.
The crack of the bat sends the ball soaring high,
To be caught in the right fielder's glove.
Excitement fills the air as the two teams battle on,
Relying on their skills and lady luck.

Umpires stand ready to call "Safe" or "Out".
Players play to win.

5/23/15
For Debbie Guzzi's "Batter Up" contest