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  • 301.
    The Beggar

    I am confused.
    Why am I in a game of football?
    'Off-sides! '
    Shoulder pushed as I retrieve the soccer ball

    The ball is kicked against a smelting wall
    A queer looking wall
    A wall riddled with holes
    Dried yellowed skin in crevices upon the wall

    Strange, surrealistic mural on brick and mortar roughly made
    The ball falls from my grip
    While I admire this mural on the wall
    That of a huge sailing ship

    A seasoned coxswain at her helm
    No stranger to the sea
    Gray mountainous waves crash o'er her bow
    What's to be?

    Sea spray, frigid against my face
    Hands holding tight to the wheel's worn handles
    Tacking against the wind. No one else onboard.
    How to come about? My thoughts ramble

    Fighting the sea, arms become weak
    Legs in pain as the sea drives me to the deck
    Helpless, waiting to broach
    The ship stays firm, gently avoiding her pending wreck

    Slowly listing to port as she comes about
    No one at the wheel that I can see
    The last wave plows o'er her bow
    As the waters surrender to a refreshing mist of serenity

    Ah, this pilotless craft does well without me
    No need for me on this trip
    My eyes are caught by the starboard bow rail
    There, a white chiffon gown with a noticeable rip

    I run to fetch it
    Outrun by a breeze blowing the delicate gown into the waters below
    Looking over the side for the gown, my reflection I see
    A face, sad and alone. A face I do not know

    A castle appears surrounded by trees
    Dazzling white with towers of gold
    Revealing a beautiful maiden adorned with red hair
    Though, not familiar to me, in my direction she strolls

    My reflection begins turning towards the sound of pressed grass
    Neath each delicate step of her feet
    Her eyes meet mine and I see anger
    A teardrop meanders down her soft satin cheek

    Is it the tear in the white chiffon gown she wears?
    Or is it I, this anger is all about?
    I watch in confusion with a dove in my hands,
    Hoping its message would end this bout

    The wind begins to blow her wispy red hair about her face
    And against her gown, revealing her slender frame
    Enthralled, I hand her the dove that she quickly rejects
    Poor little bird, off to whence it came

    Now friends begin to surround her
    No other place she'd rather be
    She turns quickly and ignores me. Then I see evil things about her
    Ugly indescribable things. If only she could see!

    I feel so helpless, I can't protect her.
    She looks toward me with eyes of puzzlement
    As our eyes meet, our hearts know, always our hearts know
    No escaping this enchantment

    I look into her eyes
    I fall deep, deep into an azure pool of warm saltwater
    I feel peace, floating about for a day or maybe two
    On this aquas alter

    Now, helplessly tossed by wave after wave
    I'm cast onto a sandy beach
    And there, washing back and forth with each wave
    A soccer ball within my reach

    Within my hands, while my teammates stand about
    I see a metamorphic impression upon the ball
    Each pentagon and hexagon shape begin taking form
    That of continents and seas and all

    I gaze from afar at this beautiful orb
    Rotating endlessly through space
    I see no hurts, I see no hates, I see no trials, no sickness or death
    Only endless merciful grace

    I see no ending throughout this space
    Nor whence begun
    I see myself on a very long journey
    And the beggar I have become read more »

  • 302.
    Ava's Soccer

    I love watching Ava play soccer, the girls don’t play for money or acclaim
    To them it’s not a matter of life or death, to them, it’s just a game.

    They’re so young they don’t play with a goalie and they don’t even keep score read more »

  • 303.
    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 »

  • 304.
    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 »

  • 305.

    A child is not picked up after practice.
    School is over. Nothing left but the
    late afternoon, ungraded activities....
    soccer, band, chess club. No more read more »

  • 306.
    VHS Tapes

    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 »

  • 307.
    No Return

    Listen to the school bell
    Distant plaintive
    Wail read more »

  • 308.
    Sunday Ajayi

    Sky pensives and the birds gnash,
    Because of you we wear our black sash;
    We follow'd in a tearful promenade,
    Chanting the name of our lost comrade. read more »

  • 309.

    When I look in the mirror
    When I look in their eyes
    When I look at my reflection through smooth turquoise bodies of water as the fish swim on by read more »

  • 310.
    Once Upon a Time On Pacific Coast and Sante Fe

    There is this street located in Long Beach
    Lot of ma and pa stores one would say
    There is El Sol bakery in front of the Police Station
    Liquor store with the goods we get around read more »

  • 311.
    Notes from my Diary

    Sunday 19 August 2012

    No Hope for Me read more »

  • 312.

    As I grow older my taste buds change,
    What used to be good now tastes strange.
    I guess you could say I'm expired! read more »

New Soccer Poems

  1. A Soccer Report., michael walker
  2. How Not to Play War, Ima Ryma
  3. MAX THE CREATIVE COUSIN, Suzae Chevalier
  4. Enjoyable@@ Roma vs Bayern Munich live s.., Shohag Kaysar
  5. Soccer No Sale, Ima Ryma
  6. GOLLLLLLLLLL, Juan Olivarez
  7. Dear Friend, Lara Bujold
  8. I Love you More Than, britney bartelle
  9. Ere, soccer was all white, Aniruddha Pathak
  10. For Dad A Limerick, Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known ..
  11. I'm A Strong African, Halalisani ImmaculatePleasur ..
  13. Poetry And Flowers, Luke Davies
  14. The Orange And The Green, Allan James Saywell
  15. MAX THE CREATIVE, Christina Sunrise
  16. Max The Creative, Suzae Chevalier
  17. soccer!, katrina stewart
  18. Soccer world cup 2010, Allen Brodell
  19. I FAIL YOU, Aldo Kraas
  20. Middle Class, White Collar, Livin’ in th.., Charlie Parant
  21. HAIL THE SAINTS!, Mark J. Schulte
  22. Support! Qatar, Naji Almurisi
  23. Black Forest, Edward Kofi Louis
  24. Untitled,7/30/10, Ryan Cole
  25. The meeting, Gert Strydom
  26. Soccer Prediction!, Ramesh T A
  27. 061410B BAVARIAN BABES, Manonton Dalan
  28. Liberia Plays Soccer, Charlina Daitouah Smith
  29. Playing on the Playground, Sengthida Lorvan
  32. The National Game Of Australia, Francis Duggan
  33. The Good Memories Of What Was, Francis Duggan
  34. Christina (the childhood me), christina iuso
  35. soccer world, rwetewrt erwtwer
  36. soccer rollback, rwetewrt erwtwer
  37. soccer under 20, rwetewrt erwtwer
  38. sobre horizontes, rwetewrt erwtwer
  39. soboba, rwetewrt erwtwer
  40. *FOOTBALL FIELD GEM, Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
  41. Soccer, Courtney Sycowski
  42. Soccer, jose vega
  44. soccer, isaiah bess
  45. THE BALLAD OF “WILLIE, BAR THE DOOR.”, Liam ó Comáin
  46. So Any Team As Such, Francis Duggan
  47. Soccer, Monkey 7073
  48. My childhood, harkjoon lee
  49. goal, Josef myles
  50. Soccer, Josef myles
  51. I Wish That I Could Have Stayed In My Tw.., Francis Duggan
  52. I Wish, Francis Duggan
  53. Meaning of Soccer, Luis Baires
  54. EndAround, Charles Hice
  55. Soccer Girl, Marilyn Lott
  56. The Beautiful Game (soccer), Gab Oso
  57. He loves soccer, vaiah jones
  58. JOIE DE VIVRE, Aldo Kraas
  59. Zidane, Irwin and Brock, Christopher Higginson
  60. socrates' daemon, gershon hepner
  61. Kick Me...Again, nia imani
  62. Soccer, BOBo ROBbY
  63. God Works in Circle, john tiong chunghoo
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