Saturday, 13 February 2010

WALKABOUTSVERSE 222 OF 230

Poem 222 of 230:  FROM THE MINORITY

More-and-more at tennis tournaments,
    Cheap-shots drop from somewhere in the crowd:
A whistle during a service-toss,
    Or, in rallies, calls of “out” out loud.

All these events have security,
    So, if goons try such to dupe a win,
Perhaps umpires should ask a guard
    To watch the area of the sin.

(C) David Franks 2003