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I'm bored. Is it fall yet?

Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by Yertle, Jan 17, 2005.

  1. Yertle

    Yertle Pounding out aggression, turns into obsession

    On a cold autumn day back in 2002,
    The Bucks faced off with the Maize and Blue.
    A victory would finish the Bucks’ perfect season,
    And would send us to Tempe for a very good reason.
    But a loss would destroy all Buckeyes dreams
    Of becoming the Champs over all other teams.

    The game started well, on the legs of Clarett
    We liked him back then. Remember? You bet!
    But then Michigan started driving it at will,
    And the Buckeye faithful began to grow ill.
    Luckily, the defense held near the goal line.
    The Bucks trailed at the half – Seven to Nine.

    Then for most of half two, the teams traded punts.
    I wish the Bucks could move the ball just this once!
    Then the famous wheel route to our “friend” – Big Mo,
    Put us near the endzone. First and goal to go!
    An OPTION play??? WOW! Touchdown Buckeyes!
    “Now hold them, defense,” I prayed to the skies.

    But SCUM doesn’t wash away quite that easy
    They hung around for more. I was getting quite queasy.
    Michigan was completing passes wherever they went
    Thanks to my favorite – the Buckeyes’ prevent.
    A desperation pass as the clock ticked to zero,
    Was caught by Will Allen, my new Buckeye hero!

    As fans poured to the field, I watched with great glee
    From the world’s greatest place – my seat in Deck C.
    Then Krenzel was lifted. What glorious sights.
    And Carmen Ohio was sung up to the heights.
    Now it’s time for a fiesta. To Tempe or bust.
    And at that instant I realized, in Tressel I trust.
  2. MegaWoody

    MegaWoody Newbie

    What a great poem, Yertle.
    You're a real clever turtle.

    With your imagination
    Are you any relation,

    Either closely or loose
    To the great Dr. Seuss?
  3. Yertle

    Yertle Pounding out aggression, turns into obsession

    Alas, Dr. Seuss and I are not related.
    But if we were, I would truly be elated.
    I wish that one day, I too could say,
    "Rhyming in kids' books is the source of my pay."

    So I'll go back to writing about Buckeye greats
    Who beat all the teams from the other states.
    Doss, Krenzel, Jenkins, and Wilhelm
    Will be the topics of poems here in my realm.
  4. Deety

    Deety Senior

    Next time please warn if you're posting in rhyme
    I'm one busy lady and don't have the patience.
  5. Yertle

    Yertle Pounding out aggression, turns into obsession

    ummmmmmm...... :cry:
  6. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    Figured you'd have learned some patience after lying on your back fo' yo' pimp all day...
  7. Deety

    Deety Senior

    Just teasing ya... :p

    Though I'm not going back to read all that, you get an A for effort.
  8. Saw31

    Saw31 High Seas Rogue

    Holy Cow! What a great thread.
    But now, all my thoughts, must rhyme in my head.
    Like that song you hate that sticks in your mind,
    I can't stop rhyming, you two are so unkind.
    Oh how I hate what you two have done.
    All this confounded rhyming is no longer fun.

    J/K guys. Great thread. :slappy:
  9. Deety

    Deety Senior

    :lol: Hi, Mili.

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