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FOOTBALL POEMS


In this page, poems on / about “football” are listed.

  • 313.
    Big Jerry Shea

    Big Jerry Shea was in his prime when I was a young fellow
    He was a wild one on his day though the years have made him mellow
    In the pub with a few drinks in he could be very funny
    And with the big fellow about the atmosphere was sunny. read more »

  • 314.
    Marlena

    She once lived by the hills of the grey kangaroo
    And on her birthday last month she turned twenty two
    Marlena the bright one so charming and fair
    With beautiful blue eyes and hazel brown hair. read more »

  • 315.
    'hey how come you're not watching the game? '

    'hey how come you're not watching the game? '

    it's difficult to make out who is who
    in the slip of blood and mud read more »

  • 316.
    Dad

    It makes me smile to think of the past.
    Growing up, we had a blast.
    Those spur of the moments trips
    And watching old football clips read more »

  • 317.
    I Love You Because

    You make me smile and You care for me
    You support me and You cheer me up
    You wipe away my tears and You wash away my fears
    You laugh with me and You like football read more »

  • 318.
    An Autumn Day In Leongatha

    The deciduous trees in Leongatha have turned a russet brown
    And life goes on as usual in the old South Gippsland Town
    And there can be no mistaking the pee wees distinct call
    And in the footy oval teenagers kick football. read more »

  • 319.
    Kilkenny Near Adelaide

    Named after an Irish County where the hurling game is played
    Kilkenny in South Australia just out of Adelaide
    But no clashing of the hurling sticks or sliothar travelling
    through the air read more »

  • 320.
    The Man Who Loves Wonthaggi

    The man who loves Wonthaggi is showing his years in gray
    And back in the mid fifties he was in his prime day
    When he played for East Wonthaggi and he often recall
    The year he won the Club's best and fairest the best player read more »

  • 321.
    Poems We Say To Ourselves,1947

    Men lean from windows to watch the parade,
    flags blow from an army jeep, jittery trucks
    loaded with straw and a cock-tootle of pets,
    girls perched on floats wave like passengers read more »

  • 322.
    isolated

    Lazy nights and sunny days
    Time passes in a haze
    The sun and laughter all around
    But all I hear is sound. read more »

  • 323.
    Love apart.

    Love apart.
    Graciela was a fast girl from the wrong side of town, Christopher was a handsome football player with all the right reasons to be the perfect love but when he broke up with her during her senior year, her world fall apart, so she ask him for one last favor to prove he’s love: to kill her.
    So one Friday evening with not much to do, Christopher begin to let the demons that don’t let him sleep to corrupt his mind so he decide that tonight he will prove his love for her at least for the last time.
    He went and grab the gun that he hide for so long for any special occasion you know teens drama so with alcohol in his brain, and blind numb for deception for not be able to quit his love for her, he knock into her window and call her out side with a kiss and he’s eyes close he pull the trigger that kill the woman that he never wasn’t able to love read more »

  • 324.
    These are Things I'll Never Be

    I'll never be a boxer
    I haven't got the body mass
    I'll never be a gentleman
    I just don't have the class read more »

New Football Poems

  1. Olives, Donald Hall
  2. Football, Joyce Johnson-Merryweather
  3. Panka Poem, Filippo Stella
  4. if life, Bull Hawking
  5. To play with chance, Emmanuel George Cefai
  6. Football match, gajanan mishra
  7. ZZ National Football League Violence, Saiom Shriver
  8. To Intekab, shakil ahmed
  9. Foot ball., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  10. PH: Life: Growing Up, La! * - Chapter 3 .., Brian Johnston
  11. Amidst the woe, Emmanuel George Cefai
  12. Football and basketball, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  13. the pianist, oskar hansen
  14. fifa world cup 2014 - Italy versus Cost.., john tiong chunghoo
  15. beautiful day, lee fones
  16. Footfall, Saiom Shriver
  17. Bujhle? - Understood?, Hardik Vaidya
  18. Blue, White, and Silver, Tameeka Smith
  19. The Love Of Football, Viola Akhigbe
  20. A Soldier Above The Football Field, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  21. Omaha Calling, Ima Ryma
  22. Seahawks, Micah Krahn
  23. Ronaldo 1, oskar hansen
  24. Ronaldo, oskar hansen
  25. Pragmatists 3 Daydreamers 1!, Stanley Collymore
  26. The arrival of the femme fatale, Pontsho PCP Pusos
  27. Child's Play, Donal Mahoney
  28. As My Shadow Sprints …., Rajesh Thankappan
  29. Game Foul Game Fowl, Charles Hice
  30. The Big Match, Noah Sutherland
  31. The referee, Amitava Nag
  32. Gay Pay Day, Ima Ryma
  33. They will never walk alone, Clifton Redmond
  34. Childhood Memory, John Michael Marroquin
  35. Owwie Ban, Ima Ryma
  36. Touchline, penny green
  37. ??Peyton Manning??, Brandy Avery
  38. Story of a Western and a Palestinian Boy, Abdul Munim
  39. Youth at Risk, Ima Ryma
  40. New Pope Haiku 2013-, john tiong chunghoo
  41. The Mad Duck, Ima Ryma
  42. R9 Football Club, Robert Mogano
  43. Play Nice, Ima Ryma
  44. Messi, sallam yassin
  45. JACK PINTO, Christina J. Williams
  46. Progress, sallam yassin
  47. The Football Field, brandon miller
  48. The Lambeau Effect, Michael Peterson
  49. Football, Deci Hernandez
  50. SUPER BOWL FOOTBALL POEM, Tom Zart
  51. The football legend Pele, Asif Andalib
  52. Erb, Clarence Michael James Stani ..
  53. Football 2, Tony Gonzalez
  54. EURO-The Football Spirit, taanya khanna
  55. 'El-messiah'!, Edward Kofi Louis
  56. Obsessed With Football(Soccer), Abhineet Sharma
  57. "Shayne", zach burdette
  58. Faith & Hope., ivor or ivor.e hogg
  59. Don't You?, Megan Bautista
  60. Wait for them?, Stephanie Pardo
  61. What Women Want?, Robert Edgar Burns
  62. Football Frenzy, Walterrean Salley
  63. ‘I Am’ Poem, Khadim Hussain
  64. Scout's Honor, The Pope & The Football C.., Luke Easter
  65. What Is War, David Aoloch Bion
  66. Why Do You Love Football?, Candy Simpson
  67. Kick the Ball, Edward Kofi Louis
  68. I Have Reserved Time to Write This; Why?, Michael Micmac Mccrory
  69. The Football Match, Asif Andalib
  70. Play The Game, Jessie Pope
  71. HAIKU #093 (football), Carolyn Brunelle
  72. The Crepescule of Football Games, Robert Rorabeck
  73. I Think Of You, breanna lashell brownlee
  74. Beach and flows, Chloe Fitzpatrick
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