Poems About: SOCCER
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- carpe diem
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 »natalie tru
314.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 »Anthony Han
315.Notes from my Diary
Sunday 19 August 2012
No Hope for Me read more »Margaret Alice Second
She broke her collar-bone
in a soccer game, meant for fun.
She's so tough and fearless, at times.
So small and fragile, at others. read more »Smoky Hoss
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 »Seth Argon
318.twin stateCaasder Fronds
319.using boot campCaasder Fronds
320.Told Me Then(fav!)
Why couldn't you ave have told me then...
I still remember the first day I saw you.
Your white tee and your bright blue gym shorts.
Our teams played soccer against each other. read more »Khloe Chace
I am confused.
Why am I in a game of football?
Shoulder pushed as I retrieve the soccer ball read more »Errol Johnson
There's something about you boy,
That makes me want to skip through the town,
In the rain with you.
There's something about you. read more »Khloe Chace
323.Memories of West Street and Lepke
Only teaching on Tuesdays, book-worming
in pajamas fresh from the washer each morning,
I hog a whole house on Boston's
"hardly passionate Marlborough Street," read more »Robert Lowell
In school it had been important to learn
the names of battleships, diseases, museums,
kings, the internal scheme of the squid
which is called taxonomy but outside, in the fields, read more »Dean Young