New Poem: Hamilton v. Baltimore

Josh Hamilton of the Texas Rangers tied a major league record by hitting four home runs in one game on Tuesday night, statistically one of the rarest feats in baseball. It happens about once per decade, on average.

Painful to think that this guy nearly forfeited his entire career to drug addiction, and that even

Poemetrics, Part 1

Poetry and other works of art are famously open to opinion and interpretation. What I describe as poignant, you may declare repugnant. What I feel is hackneyed, you may find hilarious. What I cast off as atrocious, you may consider genius.

We can continue that dance all day and night, but neither of us will

New Poem: Top three stories of the 2012 MLB off-season, inexplicably presented in limerick form

Top three stories of the 2012 MLB off-season, inexplicably presented in limerick form by Ed DeCaria

“Darvish: Yu Dallas-Bound Darlin’!” “Miami: New Home of the Marlin!” You dominate headlines (and nearly miss deadlines) Now meanwhile … “What’s Up With Starlin?”

© Ed DeCaria, all rights reserved

 

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Comment Challenge 2012

I’ve decided, belatedly (what’s new?), to participate in Comment Challenge 2012, where I’ll make an effort to explore new blogs in the world of children’s books and add my perspective. In keeping with the theme of my own blog, I will look for examples of humor, empathy, logic, and passion, and highlight them wherever I