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Frogball, poem by CL Bledsoe

We couldn’t afford bats so we scav­enged, bro­ken lengths of PVC pipes, crooked sticks, hands, if that’s all we had. Like­wise, instead of base­balls we used pinecones, dried cow pies, rocks. One kid start­ed catch­ing frogs and smack­ing them into … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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