I was born in Greece and learned quickly that I needed to know how to fight. We were poor. I became a Pro wrestler so I could protect myself. The chicks really dig me now. I came over to the US in 1988 and started my career. I'm a little older now and have started to write poems about my experiences in the ring. I once wrestled for the US Championship in 1996. I lost. I also worked as a fry cook ... more »
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Luscious Larry Poems
Ode To Fall
The never ending orange and yellow Leaves bombard me; Bludgeon me like the Red Baron Shot up Snoopy that one Halloween
First Night Ever In The Ring (Hershey, P...
the first time I came out of the locker room the flash bulbs were popping like in the old movies
Inside a cabin, I chew Ma's fat while the gang checks
The Fry Cook
Once when I was at the restaurant cooking and frying chicken in that
That Night In Philly
Obscenities cascade down on our heads As his legs wrap around my head. He's giving me The Scissor Squeeze. I reach for the ropes growling cause
She Gets Lunch In The City
c.l.i.c.k.c.l.a.c.k.c.l.i.c.k.c.l.a.c.k. The Pavement Pounds my Feet Like Jabs from Cassius Clay and
Daydreaming At Work
On a snowy canvas, I splashed her down with bare, brown, freckled shoulders. With mirrors everywhere, she crams both purple fists into a
Ode To Fall
The never ending orange and yellow
Leaves bombard me;
Bludgeon me like the Red Baron
Shot up Snoopy that one Halloween
I'll rake one spot for hours in
My front yard. Scratching a patch
For hours and hours and hours.
Just one square foot of yard.
Now, one leaf is stubborn,
And it sticks to my rake. I shake
And shake and shake. My rake.
I scream at the leaf:
"Why do you torment me so? " and:
"Tenacious dead leaf, I hate you! "
Now, I collapse to my knees
And weep and weep.
I will pound the ground ...