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

  • 37.

    We used to sit
    Around the red teak table
    With the Book Of Knowledge
    Open with its picture
    Of Africa. read more »

  • 38.
    My mom

    My mom is very sweet and always caring.
    She worries about me when I am in school.
    She makes sure that I get where I am going
    On time so that I don't feel like a fool. read more »

  • 39.
    My Childhood

    i want to go back to my childhood

    where my father was my only hero read more »

  • 40.

    (Grand Evangelical Mission,10th of May 2009, Agro Football Field, Davao City, commemorating the 123rd birth anniversary of Ka Felix Y. Manalo, God's last messenger)

    Throngs of believers and non-believers read more »

  • 41.

    Birth was it all began
    A mother and father who both refused to claim me as their child
    My birth was a paycheck and a guarantee of a “comfortable life” for them read more »

  • 42.
    The End (of soccer)

    The adrenaline.
    The excitement.
    The energy.
    It surrounded the field. read more »

  • 43.
    419 Words... My Old Home

    One …two…one…two
    Follow me as I take you on a journey back to my hood
    Pay attention to the heart beat of the street
    At every street corner a vice read more »

  • 44.
    My Universities

    I learned not only from those
    who brightly beam out of golden frames,
    but from everyone whose ID photo
    didn't come out quite right. read more »

  • 45.
    300 masked cried vagrants farmer

    300 wear a mask weeps bitterly roams about farmer

    300 wear a mask weeps bitterly roams about farmer Feng Wen the Shu -- mulberry grove -- size frog to do to 2003,3,20, afternoon the farmer which completes inside the Qinghai-Tibet Plain iceberg to the evening 10 o'clock 45 minute, in that Mount Everest Bai Xuezhong on the day after day giant black flag giant black flag burns do the fiery red sorrowful two characters, why male occupy male to occupy in the world ridge? ' The black flag with ours relations, the relations is that black flag is our farmer is angry, the pain, roars the soul, roars soul.300 spirits suffocate in the throat is resounding the startling thunderclap which weeps bitterly, weeps bitterly the startling thunderclap potential pulls out the tropics the startling thunderclap, four oceans Tao sounds. The Tao sound ' the others cannot see, I can see pitifully, the pitiful farmer's sob.' Asia sends the chest sound from the distant place which this heaves a sigh, melancholy, vigorous, low and deep, filled with grief. Alone, the terror locks me above that Qinghai-Tibet Plain, looks the native country sky sunlight, the sunlight not obviously, only has weeps bitterly, looks the native country mountains and rivers spring breeze, the spring breeze not obviously, only has weeps bitterly. ' Listens to the farmer tear the sea space to come, the space comes in this tear to have the time to give farmer's misery toxin, this farmer poisonously cried 素 心 in to want to feel better some.' The group valley flies in the tear flows is conversing in a low voice, farmer's micro bright tear flows to the dark night deep place. Cries the blood cuckoo in the snowflake the wail, the clear ape cries in Wan Zhongshan. Inside the Qinghai-Tibet Plain iceberg 300 wear a mask weeps bitterly roams about the farmer, you said the tear is in your blood the final gold coin? You said has the conscience with this gold coin to each the star to complain? You said in your blood the beautiful spring day by the village in the extremely evil official, the bandit, organized crime is snatched? You said in your blood the water seepage, the countryside is snatched by the wolf black heart and lungs devil? You said you have imprisoned the goddess of vengeance in the earth deep place? You said in your blood the lovable homeland is turned by the robber has put out a hand not to see the five fingers the jail? You said on this earth everywhere is the another region? You said your world the misery, the infinite pain, is congealing astringently, on the pitiful peak roams about? Beautiful, good, dignified, honest farmer! Please stop sobbing, is sorrowful! You cry the blood dyed on the red this mountain the white snow, restrains grief! Asks you to restore calmly! The beggar also has nine years to beg for food transports, a person three poor three rich to is not old. I heard formerly was lifting Pekinese dog's landlord with the sedan chair, bluffed and bluster the landlord in front of the poor person, by the time flood, has been already destroyed the name, let the person forever forget, I heard the since time immemorial how many wealthy men, by the time iron hammer, have been already destroyed the name, let the person forever forget, was these people to poor person's robbing, dug the eternal grave for these people. Let me praise you, is you uses the grain which the most precious life trades, has supported me, in my heart the most lovable beautiful farmer, you are in my mind the great motion poet, you broadly have not been shamed by our China tens of thousands of miles earth fresh green multi- colors the rosy cloud cloud the poems, I meet the eternal the poverty, the sob, crazy. I remembered Emperor Taitsung of Tang warns the crown prince, when 穿 衣 吃 饭 must think the worker, the farmer, this is sacred, on the beautiful China land, which piece of crops, which orchard isn't you bleeds the perspiration to trade, you most precious life rivers, youth, read more »

  • 46.
    (109) Many What If’s And More

    What if Cinderella wasn’t a princess
    But the advertiser of a new flavored jellybean
    What if Snow White wasn’t pretty
    But the ugliest hag ever seen read more »

  • 47.
    Small Wonder

    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 »

  • 48.
    Sport (Alliteration)

    : Sport (Alliteration) 075

    Can you canoe white waters in just a bucket? read more »

New Soccer Poems

  1. How Not to Play War, Ima Ryma
  2. MAX THE CREATIVE COUSIN, Suzae Chevalier
  3. ENERGETIC COUSIN IAN, Suzae Chevalier
  4. Who should I thank?, Robert Ronnow
  5. To win a game, Ivan Donn Carswell
  6. The Flat Lake, Gouda Moon
  7. "Angels are...", Jeff Gangwer
  8. Enjoyable@@ Roma vs Bayern Munich live s.., Shohag Kaysar
  9. Rollie Pollies, Juan Olivarez
  10. Soccer No Sale, Ima Ryma
  11. The Traveller Speaks Of His Birthplace, Kirmen Uribe
  12. They had dreams, Sunday Michael Eyitayo
  13. MAN PROPOSE, GOD DISPOSE, momodou jarju
  14. Echoes Of Reflection, momodou jarju
  15. Soccer World Cup 2014, Zoila T. Flores
  16. America For A Moment, Jim Yerman
  17. The Biting Soccer Player or The Hungry F.., Hebert Logerie
  18. GOLLLLLLLLLL, Juan Olivarez
  19. Nothing To Talk About [Revised], Margaret Alice Second
  20. FIFA-2014, Dr. Yogesh Sharma
  21. My Childhood, amir mohammad islami chalandar
  22. Kicked Around Heart, Anthony Daniels
  23. Dear Friend, Lara Bujold
  24. 'Missouree' or 'Missourah', Donal Mahoney
  25. Our Artificial Africa, Kweku Atta Crayon
  26. I'm From, Aliss Guthmiller
  27. I'm From, Alissa Guthmiller
  28. Starved for Inspiration, Lorde Zrock
  29. Hostel blues, Bijay Poudel
  30. Confessions of a Pack Rat, Sometime Anti.., Deborah E Cox
  31. Good Night Jack, Thomas Vaughan Jones
  32. How Many, Maple Trail
  33. Waving From The Stands, Jim Yerman
  34. I Love you More Than, britney bartelle
  35. Riff on Sandra's Kickball, David McLansky
  36. A Day, A Season, Hans Ostrom
  37. Ronaldo 1, oskar hansen
  38. Ronaldo, oskar hansen
  39. Ava's Soccer, Jim Yerman
  40. Nightmare, Nassy Fesharaki
  41. Ere, soccer was all white, Aniruddha Pathak
  42. Family Ties, Tosin Abegunde
  43. Angelina Jolie Hollywood Super Mom: 'How.., Beryl Dov
  44. Reciting Poetry, Nassy Fesharaki
  45. A Woman's Heart, Lilia Fer.
  46. The Beggar, Psaltydog's Thoughts
  47. Digitally, Guy Shaked
  48. Philiosophy, Pierre Rausch
  49. Weirdo, Maya Stein
  50. The Beautiful Game, Amadeo Wongsodihardjo
  51. I Thought I Had It All, Christina Byrd
  52. To Swim Today, RIC S. BASTASA
  53. Can You Imagine, Itai Oscar
  54. Wake Up, Shahid Hussain Chouhdry
  55. I am more than, Zuleyma Garcia
  56. One Way Stop, Sam Edge
  57. The Moose, Jan Sand
  58. Elegy, Gilbert Luis R. Centina III
  59. A Winning Shot!, Ramesh T A
  60. What The Soul Looks Like [Revised], Margaret Alice Second
  61. The Goal of Soccer, Keelyn
  62. Cristiano Ronaldo: The Saga, Parth Bhatia
  63. Mzuzu Academy, Walani Ndhlovu
  64. Peace Was Ours, Holly Jamestone
  65. For Dad A Limerick, Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known ..
  66. My Scattered Thoughts....., Sun shine
  67. Saturday Arvo at da footy, Peter Hall
  68. Rose Bday, janbo manbo
  69. Soccer, Shaune Gorman
  70. Nature Pastels, Emily Krauss
  71. The Boys F.C, Makhosonke Dhlamini
  72. Milky Way Galaxy, Emily Krauss
  73. Dreams, Zae Black
  74. Left Foot, john sensele
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