Treasure Island

Jacob Guinn

(05-18-1994 / San Ramon, California)

Our National Pastime


It seems that we all, are not all the same
But the one thing we share, is love for the game
We love the fans, and we love to compete
We play beacuse its fun, and to accomplish our feats
We respect the game, we never disrespect
A game of excitement, a fun game to expect
We play when we're hurt, we give it our all
We love this game, the game of Baseball

Submitted: Thursday, July 26, 2012
Edited: Friday, July 27, 2012

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I love baseball. I've been playing baseball since i was 6. I just felt like writing a poem about a thing i love and I chose Baseball. But this poem is for everyone that likes baseball. :)

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