Mike Lupica tells Tiger Woods to get his story out — whatever it is.
AND, from the comments of Fridays's Tiger Woods post: a poem, by David (with "deep apologies" to William Blake):
Tiger, Tiger, that wasn't too bright.AND: From Inwood follows David with his own "Tiger, Tiger":
Grabbin' the Caddy and takin' flight.
Perhaps the very lovely Ellin
Some Tiger hanky-pank was smellin'?
What the hammer? what the chain?
In what pussy fried thee thy brain?
What the putter? What the wood?
What, her lawyer? Gonna whup you good.
TIGER, tiger, not so bright
In the caddy late at night,
What immortal hand or eye
Have framed thy fearful symmetry?
In what distant deeps or drain
Burnt the fire of thy brain
What babe you been A-W-O-L-in?
What you think that do to Ellin?
When Ellin threw your clubs like spears
Did’st water heaven with thy tears?
Did she smile her work to see?
Will she who made this ruin ruin thee?