GOLF POEMS

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  • 349.
    The Pimp

    He ran
    His problems persued him
    allowed to bruse him
    Its mean
    They callhim nigger this and nigga that
    Thats a fact
    As he runs from the copswith his hat to the back
    Chain layin on his chest
    He stops to geta rest
    From the falicy of this dry ass reality
    Its visious
    Murda was his name
    Sounded so malsious
    The Death and Resorectionof a pimp on par
    Like a golf game
    Tiger Hood
    As he runs threw the woods
    Hes caught
    The put him in a cell
    Behind iron bars
    No chance for bail
    He rots
    In a cot
    After he came outof the box
    Caused from the shots
    That made him blind
    No eyes for his sight
    He reached the peek of his hight
    When he rolled those leaves
    The PIMP read more »

  • 350.
    The Summer Yard

    Twelve trees out back our forest deep
    a place to fantasize,
    and Tarzan’s jungle it became
    Beneath those summer skies, read more »

  • 351.
    In-Reverse [experimental]

    [first the way it's written out] [below this is the way it's read, backwards, hence the title]

    Knits ergo nip trad stops step
    Lived mined decal brag decaf slag net read more »

  • 352.
    angry shitheal by the rusty train car

    that dudes so mean
    I could tell by the way his guts rolled over his belt
    we were dealing with an authority
    I'm mean read more »

  • 353.
    I Closed My Eyes

    Last night I went to bed and closed my eyes
    and found myself in a dream of how and whys.
    I had entered a world that made no sense
    giraffe’s had wings and flew with elephants. read more »

  • 354.
    The Goose who Loved Golf

    On the flight path down from Quebec
    in the recent past, they say,
    The lead goose saw a foursome
    on the fairway, hard at play. read more »

  • 355.
    Time Is Not On My Side

    Walking and talking have yet to come; crying and sleeping still prevail,
    Now you can walk and talk and your parents beg you to stop, but to no avail.
    School, sports, and friends occupy your time; sometimes it is hard to find some individuality,
    It is time to settle down and start a family, your whole life becomes reality. read more »

  • 356.
    Reflections On Leaves

    You answer me across the years
    when I ask what it means to be alive
    It means peace with myself,
    my world, and my god read more »

  • 357.
    Scenes of the Brokenhearted

    I.
    His arm falls across her like a broken limb
    over a stream. Their legs wind like roots around,
    she feels his breathing slow to a dreaming read more »

  • 358.
    Irony Of Me

    I can fix a flat tire
    I can fix a bike
    I can splice a wire
    I can drive a spike read more »

  • 359.
    At the Lake

    I got this little spot
    just out of town
    next to a lake
    not much else around read more »

  • 360.
    Prayer at Dinner

    dinner was an examination
    with little talk. each dish
    a memory, forced together,
    holding on to the plate read more »

New Golf Poems

  1. Bo and the Play Through, Ima Ryma
  2. Golfer Gus, Ima Ryma
  3. Is There golf Course in heaven, Harold R Hunt Sr
  4. less, lee fones
  5. Fore! ..... [GOLF; sporting accidents; .., Bri Edwards
  6. Game of Life, Tirupathi Chandrupatla
  7. Mini Golf, Marshall Gass
  8. The Golf Cart, Jim Yerman
  9. No Alternative, Edward Kofi Louis
  10. This Game Of Golf, Aniruddha Pathak
  11. Adores, Lilyann Monahan
  12. Before a Round of Golf, Christopher Byrd Hickman
  13. A nice view, oskar hansen
  14. Haiku - Eagle, Allen Steble
  15. Youth at Risk, Ima Ryma
  16. BESIDES LOVE, SEX & FISHING MEN NEED G.., Tom Zart
  17. Sunday Sin, Ima Ryma
  18. Self Improvement Links, Lonely People Champion
  19. Symbiosis, L C Vieira
  20. Clubs For Lonely People, Lonely People Champion
  21. THE GAME OF FAME, Samra Haq
  22. Women At Augusta National & The Masters, Luke Easter
  23. You Want To Grow Old Like The Carters, Alice Walker
  24. Will Take You To Crabhouse, Manonton Dalan
  25. Why Do You Love Football?, Candy Simpson
  26. Some Dress The Part, Keith Oldrey
  27. A Prayer To Share By Alfred Loveland, Alfred Loveland
  28. 050611G yes, be nice now, Manonton Dalan
  29. Let the man get his money, Slava Olchevski
  30. I Went Golfing, Dallin Bruun
  31. Your golf playing postmaster father was .., Gert Strydom
  32. Ariel Tiger Woods Play Off, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  33. An Uneventful Week, Thomas Warren
  34. the friendship of the frogs, RIC S. BASTASA
  35. REFLECTIONS, Aldo Kraas
  36. THE BRIDGE TO SUNSET, Aldo Kraas
  37. 043010b beautiful patch of land, Manonton Dalan
  38. The Golf Walk, Ellis Parker Butler
  39. To Win Another One, michael guo
  40. 041110f green belongs to lefty, Manonton Dalan
  41. The Art of Deception, Leonard Dabydeen
  42. .........Haiku.....Golfers HOLE IN ONE R.., Ken e Hall
  43. On The Tiger Woods Affair, Francis Duggan
  44. IT's THE GOLF BALL OR ME, Intensive KS1
  45. I Know Him Only As My Neighbour, Francis Duggan
  46. An Ageing Golfer's Dream, Francis Duggan
  47. Birdie on the Seventh Hole, Shoot like a.., Joe Rosochacki
  48. Hang Down Your Head Kelly Tilghman, Joe Rosochacki
  49. Tiger Woods, Francis Duggan
  50. Dad, Ron Knight
  51. Parking Team, Laura Carie Dalton
  52. For A Round Of Golf, Francis Duggan
  53. Prolonging, Pure Remedy
  54. By The River, Francis Duggan
  55. LPGA (Is Racism On The Ladies Pro Tour?), Luke Easter
  56. Golf A simple game, Gabe Anderson
  57. Sports Sports Sports Sports, Gabe Anderson
  58. The Golf Writer (To Kevin), Francis Duggan
  59. Summer, Kenny Pye
  60. Travel Haiku - Las Vegas Bali Hai, john tiong chunghoo
  61. They Tell You The Best Things In Life Ar.., Francis Duggan
  62. For One His Age He's Not Learnt Much, Francis Duggan
  63. You're Up Chuck, Ima Ryma
  64. pink, chris bowen, a.k.a to wit
  65. A Rainy Morning In May, Francis Duggan
  66. Golf Course Berlin, Gabriel SimpsonLaw
  67. Golf Tees Lament, Larry Buddin
  68. Golf 'N' Me, Ray Feasey
  69. Moon's Splendor, Krantol Northic
  70. My Sport-in Life, Stanley Cooper
  71. Take A Bow!, Ernestine Northover
  72. Doggy-style Behind the Octopus, Amy Jones
  73. construction plans should always take in.., Nat Z. Punx
  74. A PERFECT GOLF COURSE LAWN, DAVID GERARDINO
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