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

  • 325.
    The Subway Entrance

    He was her guide. He lived in hell. Every day he thought
    he was dead. Years after he's died, she thinks it's him stumbling
    drunk through the subway turnstile. Just the two of them
    on the platform. He asks her for money, pennies for passage: read more »

  • 326.
    The New Paradigm

    “As direct opposites converge on 0°polarity,
    then the poles will shift.” –'Zero Polarity' by the author.

    Between boredom and indifference lies the new paradigm. read more »

  • 327.
    Fabel Sixteen

    Fabel Sixteen
    Fabel Sixteen

    CharlaX Fables read more »

  • 328.
    New Traditionalists

    'Who are you listening to?
    How do you like this new guy.
    The one that's coming to office.' read more »

  • 329.
    In this mind...

    Tic tac in my mouth,
    fresh mint on this tongue
    about to speak an unholy thought,
    but held back, read more »

  • 330.

    I declare this most patiently,
    Madame and Sir,
    That it wasn't my fault.
    I quite plainly assure read more »

  • 331.
    In my mind

    Tic tac in my mouth,
    fresh mint on this tongue
    about to speak an unholy thought,
    but held back, read more »

  • 332.
    with philip roth in tarzana

    Tarzan teaches us that sex that’s torrid
    should hardly be condemned as somewhat horrid.
    Settling as he did in California,
    where town and valley gals are sometimes hornier read more »

  • 333.
    A Special San Joaquin Invite

    We have no beach,
    But your are not so out of reach,
    To not see what I am trying to teach,
    Fresno did once have it's own beach, read more »

  • 334.
    What is your Idol; Who is your God?

    What is your idol; Who is your God?
    Is it your boss, your pay, or your bod?

    Is it your guy, your chick, or your spouse? read more »

  • 335.
    It's just a game!

    By GeorgeHoward 08.2010

    She never got on with the ‘Wembley look’
    Somehow the hat, well it never quite stuck, read more »

  • 336.

    When people hear the word 'ghetto' they immediately think of poor, black, drugs, violence, gangs, abandoned buildings, unkempt lawns, police sirens, gunshots, liquor stores, corner stores, rap music blaring, drunks hanging out on corners, crack heads, dope fiends, and most of all, despair. To others, its just home. A place where: they have lived all of their life; their mother has lived; and their grandparents have lived. This is the only world they know, except for what they see on tv. And this is where they believe they will die. Outside of their parameter, they rarely if ever, venture, except perhaps to visit a mall. They are very protective of their home like most people. This is where they live, love, breed, and die. They write their songs about it, they make movies of their own about it, and they write books about it. And to their frustration, no one outside of their ghetto appreciates any of it. It is like another world, another planet of which outsiders wish would just disappear, fade into a memory just as the original ghetto, from whence the word evolved, has done.

    I grew up middle class and my parents still live in a mini mansion of fifteen rooms, on a well landscaped golf-course, surrounded by a man made moat filled with swans, ducks, geese and serenity. My mom's bathroom is the size of my one-bedroom apartment. read more »

New Golf Poems

  1. Golfer Gus, Ima Ryma
  2. ENERGETIC COUSIN IAN, Suzae Chevalier
  3. Let Us Be Grateful for Things Great or S.., Little Eagle McGowan
  4. Season Ends, Harold R Hunt Sr
  5. Is There golf Course in heaven, Harold R Hunt Sr
  6. The First Rule Of Golf, Edgar Albert Guest
  7. bet on this horse, lee fones
  8. less, lee fones
  9. Days Golf, lee fones
  10. Fore! ..... [GOLF; sporting accidents; .., Bri Edwards
  11. The Lay For The Troubled Golfer, Edgar Albert Guest
  12. Retirement, Chris Perry
  13. ...of your smile, Manonton Dalan
  14. Hobsons Hice, Charles Hice
  15. Game of Life, Tirupathi Chandrupatla
  17. The Silver Surfer., Douglas McClarty
  18. Mini Golf, Marshall Gass
  19. The Golf Cart, Jim Yerman
  20. xmh45305lm, White Phuture
  21. A Love Story Too, oskar hansen
  22. 081. An Elephant And A Kangaroo, John Westlake
  23. 068. When I Was An Elephant, John Westlake
  24. 067. Have You Ever Seen A Red Elephant, John Westlake
  25. Golf te Breken, Madrason writer
  26. Cloning Of A Leader, Joseph S. Josephides
  27. No Alternative, Edward Kofi Louis
  28. Dry, Justin Houseman
  29. Lifetime Achievement Award, Alexander Shaumyan
  30. The English Couple 1, oskar hansen
  31. A Shock Return With Me, George Egba
  32. The Little Mermaid, Joseph S. Josephides
  33. Par For The Curse, Burt Poole
  34. Rondelet: Scoop Of The World, T (no first name) Wignesan
  35. This Game Of Golf, Aniruddha Pathak
  36. PGA & NFL No Tax? That’s a Fact?, Luke Easter
  37. Strange desires, Betim Muco
  38. Woody Putts: A Bouquet, Aniruddha Pathak
  39. Christmas 2013! ! !, Veronica Murdoch Eaton
  40. Jay Lake, Ashleyyy Mooney
  41. OKCupid Dating, Dog goD 8Hate
  42. the vista, oskar hansen
  43. Immortal, John kago
  44. Making Me Feel Like I'm Not Yours, Hailey Stump
  45. Adores, Lilyann Monahan
  46. Celestial Sport, Beatrice Dahlen
  47. Gravitate in my love, Mark Heathcote
  48. Together, Sadiqullah Khan
  49. On Reflection, Les Littleford
  50. Before a Round of Golf, Christopher Byrd Hickman
  51. 20th Birthday, Christopher Byrd Hickman
  52. Into The Nursing Home, Alan Bruce Thompson
  53. Bad Round of Golf, Christopher Byrd Hickman
  54. Dear Diet, Christopher Byrd Hickman
  55. A nice view, oskar hansen
  56. Truthing Fire and Ice, Nyein Way
  57. the opulent, oskar hansen
  58. Funeral song, Pierre Rausch
  59. Incarnate devil, Pierre Rausch
  60. We Heard Tiger Roar, Manonton Dalan
  61. When Sugar Is Low, Manonton Dalan
  62. Enveloped, Gabriela Duricova
  63. Persistent Bird, Manonton Dalan
  64. Soul Mate, Olugbenga Itunu Ogunderu
  65. Donald Trump, Nicolas GRENIER
  66. It Seems I've Got The Block., Steven Harris
  67. This is The Posh Life, Simon Quperlier
  68. Bully, Diane Hine
  69. Haiku - Eagle, Allen Steble
  70. invisible future.., veeraiyah subbulakshmi
  71. Thankful, Brian Bailey
  72. This Joyous Message, Edward Kofi Louis
  73. The Illusions Built Up In The Sky, Robert Rorabeck
  74. Youth at Risk, Ima Ryma
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