Friday, April 6, 2007

Saratoga......a poem by Jerome


Lincoln Avenue runs
As straight as a good two-year-old
From Broadway to the track grandstand,
Where old men bet on young horses,
Past a Civil War cemetery
Honoring the remains of young men
Who believed Father Abraham’s
Call to protect the national interest,
And lost their entire fortune
In the eternal photo finish.

Jerome Grossman
August 22, 1991

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