Poems About: SOCCER
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
She asked me today, “Why doesn’t he love me? ”
I didn’t have an answer.
It was hard to look at her in her sadness.
She’s beautiful, she is. Why can’t he see that?
He doesn’t see a lot of things. read more »Veronica Jane
Safe trip to your home
which we know not
for I would've followed you. read more »fate mcfate
We came across old family video tapes...
Antiquated by digital standards of today
Inspired to look back into days gone by
Where time and laughter do not decay read more »Theresa Ann Moore
Listen to the school bell
Wail read more »Catman Cohen
305.I am from
I am from homey 12, Briar Lane and a party twenty four hours a day at 16, Briar Lane.
I am from fruity Jolly Ranchers and super sonic speed bikes. read more »Ethan Sperdakos
306.My pretty Cat
Her eyes always glaze at me
whenever she is hungry
Her eyes always attracts me
whenever she wants me to pick her read more »haram fatima
307.When she's Around
When she is around
I wasn't aware, but she smile while I am watching her
As I turn back my thoughts she is cute…
Even if she is saying the strongest word you ever had. read more »Goodenough Sakhile Dlamini
On things that always last,
memories linger from the past.
Lazy days at the swimming hole or
riding bikes and fishing poles. read more »Wayne Bowen
Unicorns kindle like the virgins of green suicide:
You glide over the sight of me with the age old religious wound
In your side;
And now I will live in a house as old as a Bible, and I will read more »Robert Rorabeck
Heyy Sexyy Soccer Player…
Looking oh so adorable sitting on the bench, makes me wanna come over and sit right next to you…
Seeing you every day in the halls brightens up my day… read more »Denise Gamboa
IT IS 11: 46 p.m. Philippine time,
i wake up feeling so congested,
messy, perhaps it is all about the dream
i just had, read more »RIC S. BASTASA
312.Wishing That It Had Never Happened
The fine young make-believes have already started
From the gated communities of Parkland they’ve
Drifted, read more »Robert Rorabeck