FOOTBALL POEMS


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

  • 349.
    Cormac Dinneen

    They wanted him in Kerry to play with their football team
    But Cormac he loved Millstreet and he wore their famous green
    And he too wore the red Cork jersey with passion and with pride
    A legend in his playing days and he was known far and wide. read more »

  • 350.
    Story of a Western and a Palestinian Boy

    One fine morning,
    Michael wakes up from his sleep
    And gazes through the window to see
    Birds flying by; read more »

  • 351.
    Pragmatists 3 Daydreamers 1!

    By Stanley Collymore

    Dreams are the means that we regularly employ,
    whether consciously or involuntarily so, to read more »

  • 352.
    THIS IS ME!

    You can't judge a book by it's cover
    So why can you judge a man by his looks?
    It doesn't matter if he's Short or tall,
    You have to look inside to know him read more »

  • 353.
    Scout's Honor, The Pope & The Football Coach

    Oh wow! Seems like every channel has the exact same story,
    The most storybook football program has tarnished it’s glory,
    At the Mighty Penn State where the winningest coach resides,
    Amidst allegations of child sexual abuse the emotions runs high. read more »

  • 354.
    Amidst the woe

    As
    In football
    Amidst the woe
    And breaking: read more »

  • 355.
    Toots Kelleher From Millstreet

    In the late forties and all through the fifties and that's going back in time
    Toots Kelleher from Millstreet was in his glorious prime
    In the game of Gaelic Football the great man knew great fame
    And through the length and breadth of Ireland his was a well known name. read more »

  • 356.
    Each To His Or To Her Own

    I only came into the pub for to have a quiet beer
    But talk of football all I hear I ask what brought me here
    And I thought there was more to life than talking of football
    But with that at the Local Pub few would agree at all. read more »

  • 357.
    Mick Cashman

    In the Cork County Senior Football Championship Final of 1957 I still recall the day
    The last time I see Mick Cashman for his home club Millstreet Play
    At the Cork Athletic grounds that day the Duhallow men were beat
    The City Club St Finbarrs proved too good for Millstreet. read more »

  • 358.
    Football games are neat,

    Giants run the field,
    Crushing Earth beneath them,
    Atlas would be proud.
    Holding the hopes of city states read more »

  • 359.
    The Footy Man

    He wears his club scarf and beanie this cold saturday evening in the late Fall
    As he walks from the train to the football oval for to watch a few hours of football
    One might say a one eyed supporter he urges his footy heroes on
    But he falls silent before the final siren when all hope of a victory seems gone. read more »

  • 360.
    Touch Down

    A ball fly’s through the air like a bird soaring above
    Tackling, running about
    The boys get dirty in the cold wet mud
    The rain splashes about 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. Unification & Football (haiku), Lodi Cj Ludovik
  26. Pragmatists 3 Daydreamers 1!, Stanley Collymore
  27. The arrival of the femme fatale, Pontsho PCP Pusos
  28. Child's Play, Donal Mahoney
  29. As My Shadow Sprints …., Rajesh Thankappan
  30. Game Foul Game Fowl, Charles Hice
  31. The Big Match, Noah Sutherland
  32. The referee, Amitava Nag
  33. Gay Pay Day, Ima Ryma
  34. They will never walk alone, Clifton Redmond
  35. Childhood Memory, John Michael Marroquin
  36. Owwie Ban, Ima Ryma
  37. Touchline, penny green
  38. ??Peyton Manning??, Brandy Avery
  39. Story of a Western and a Palestinian Boy, Abdul Munim
  40. Youth at Risk, Ima Ryma
  41. New Pope Haiku 2013-, john tiong chunghoo
  42. The Mad Duck, Ima Ryma
  43. R9 Football Club, Robert Mogano
  44. Play Nice, Ima Ryma
  45. Messi, sallam yassin
  46. JACK PINTO, Christina J. Williams
  47. Progress, sallam yassin
  48. The Football Field, brandon miller
  49. The Lambeau Effect, Michael Peterson
  50. Football, Deci Hernandez
  51. SUPER BOWL FOOTBALL POEM, Tom Zart
  52. The football legend Pele, Asif Andalib
  53. Erb, Clarence Michael James Stani ..
  54. Football 2, Tony Gonzalez
  55. EURO-The Football Spirit, taanya khanna
  56. 'El-messiah'!, Edward Kofi Louis
  57. Obsessed With Football(Soccer), Abhineet Sharma
  58. "Shayne", zach burdette
  59. Faith & Hope., ivor or ivor.e hogg
  60. Don't You?, Megan Bautista
  61. Wait for them?, Stephanie Pardo
  62. What Women Want?, Robert Edgar Burns
  63. Football Frenzy, Walterrean Salley
  64. ‘I Am’ Poem, Khadim Hussain
  65. Scout's Honor, The Pope & The Football C.., Luke Easter
  66. What Is War, David Aoloch Bion
  67. Why Do You Love Football?, Candy Simpson
  68. Kick the Ball, Edward Kofi Louis
  69. I Have Reserved Time to Write This; Why?, Michael Micmac Mccrory
  70. The Football Match, Asif Andalib
  71. Play The Game, Jessie Pope
  72. HAIKU #093 (football), Carolyn Brunelle
  73. The Crepescule of Football Games, Robert Rorabeck
  74. I Think Of You, breanna lashell brownlee
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