Jerry’s Sonnet

by - March 16, 2009 - Posted in Dear Mr. Jones

Dear Mr. Jones,

In honor of our self-imposed five day truce with you, here is our latest peace offering.  Owner Jones, your ability to inspire passion will never be questioned, but don’t get too sentimental – your five days are nearly over.

How do we love thee?  Let us count the ways.
We love JerryWorld’s depth and breadth and height
It moves our soul, when feeling out of sight
As a publicity star, you amaze
Keep listening to Stephen, whom you raised
He will return the ‘Boys to former might
It brought us great joy when you saw the light
We love your cunning, your boldness we praise
We love your team passion put to good use
For the end, you will justify the means
Though your focus on stars made our team lose
You at last cut T.O. to heal the team
We love how you take our candid abuse
Never leave us, please just strive to redeem

5 Responses to Jerry’s Sonnet

Mike

March 16th, 2009 at 2:20 pm

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Elizabeth Browning may have just rolled over in her grave…but I think she'd approve.

I just hope Jerry is ready for tomorrow.

Luis

March 16th, 2009 at 2:55 pm

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My turn to wax poetic…in haiku form:

Jerry loves his 'Boys.
Misplaced intentions aside,
“The Star” will prevail.

Bette

March 21st, 2009 at 7:05 pm

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Yeesh, dont give up your day job Kristin.

Dallas fan

November 8th, 2009 at 10:54 pm

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DEAR MR. JONES ; is their anyway you can put a stop to your players show boating on the field of play if you think about it, if we as a country all displayed this kind of behavior when we did the job's our employers paid us to do, what kind impression would the world think of us then. Most of the world already thinks were arrogant so if you can make it a rule that if you want to play football for Dallas stop this kind of behavior or you will be benched.

thanks for listening a Dallas fan for many years

Dallas fan

November 9th, 2009 at 4:54 am

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DEAR MR. JONES ; is their anyway you can put a stop to your players show boating on the field of play if you think about it, if we as a country all displayed this kind of behavior when we did the job's our employers paid us to do, what kind impression would the world think of us then. Most of the world already thinks were arrogant so if you can make it a rule that if you want to play football for Dallas stop this kind of behavior or you will be benched.

thanks for listening a Dallas fan for many years