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Poem Details | by Jim Tidd
Categories: football,

THE RAMS

Royal blue and gold
needs to return to sunny
Los Angeles now!


Poem Details | by Chantelle Anne Cooke
Categories: adventure, football, sea, sun,

Superbowl LA Rams

Town of sun and sea
Alas, victory for us
We fans breathe moon air

January 21st 2019

Poem Details | by Asif Andalib
Categories: life, nature, people

The Football Match

It’s raining all day!
The kids are playing football –
They just love to play!

Poem Details | by Denise Morgan
Categories: football, fun,

Football

Football on telly
Who are ya! Who are ya!
Rowdy football crowd

Poem Details | by Cindi Rockwell
Categories: autumn, devotion, football, hope, september, sports,

FOOTBALL

Eagles on the field!
I cling to hope of Bowl Ring . . .
There's always next year.

Poem Details | by Ken Duddle
Categories: hope, passion, sports,

LCFC

Football season done. Optimistic Leicester fans. Promotion next year.


Poem Details | by Robert Heemstra
Categories: football,

Bengals at Steelers

Steelers and Bengals
will be playing for the North
Steelers be hosting

Poem Details | by Robert Heemstra
Categories: food, football, thanksgiving, thanksgiving day,

Beyond the Mayflower

on Thanksgiving Day
Macy's Turkey and football
the next day is black

Poem Details | by Robert Heemstra
Categories: baseball, football,

New York Joes

Joe DiMaggio
was never a Joe Namath
both had New York’s pride

Poem Details | by Robert Heemstra
Categories: football, nostalgia,

The Steel Curtain

Pittsburgh Steelers had
Mean Joe Greene and Jack Lambert
in the Seventies

Poem Details | by Ingvar Thorisdottir
Categories: football,

Lambeau Haiku

crisp and savage frozen tundra 
running after a deep play action pass
the pilgrimage will be made


Poem Details | by Robert Heemstra
Categories: football,

Big D

armchair quarterback
watching a linebacker's sack
one for the Broncos

Poem Details | by Robert Heemstra
Categories: football, nostalgia, boy,

The Real Cowboys

like father and son
Tom Landry Roger Staubach
unbeatable team


Poem Details | by Benjamin Wormwood
Categories: football,

Battle Ground

glorious great slough
a thirty man battle ground
lost ball abandoned

Poem Details | by Jim Tidd
Categories: football,

SANDSTORM: GO COCKS

Blizzard of waving
white towels spinning to greet
the Gamecock players.

Poem Details | by J. Patrick Lewis
Categories: sports,

Zen Football

Zen Football 

      The quarterback folds 
his hands under the center—
	2, X, 18, haik-!

Poem Details | by Mark Morris
Categories: america, black african american, confusion, culture, football, growing up, mom,

Sit

Barbershop sports brag
Our basic boast is boxing
Mothers just sit there

Poem Details | by Wm Paul
Categories: football,

SPORTS HAIKU 1-14-17

Was only a game,
Two birds of prey flew the field
Falcons beat Seahawks.

Poem Details | by Dustin McGinnis
Categories: sports,

fall is football

The smell of fall leaves
The feel of your helment and gear
The Sound of Coach

Poem Details | by J. Patrick Lewis
Categories: sports,

Zen Football

 UNSUPPORTED CODE 

 UNSUPPORTED CODE

Poem Details | by Robert Heemstra
Categories: age,

Fifty

Life’s a football game
Fifty is halftime to me
Second half lookout

Poem Details | by chris bowen
Categories: holiday,

traditional

a full day of fun
lots of eating and resting
football on the tube

Poem Details | by Malcolm Dyer
Categories: father, food, funny, husband, sports,

Sunday afternoon

fried chicken is good
with rice and beans and butter
ice cold glass of tea
and some football action for me

Poem Details | by Jim Tidd
Categories: football, hate,

BIGOTS

They’re out there again,
texting tweets and lighting crosses
over heartfelt kiss.


Congratulations to the Rams and Michael Sams.

Poem Details | by Katelyn Jackson
Categories: sports,

Football

Chilly and crisp air
signals the begining of
an awsome season

Poem Details | by Charles Henderson
Categories: people,

Buddha 4

touch football the far goal is Buddha I am not advocating disrespect for anyone's religion, just reporting life as I see it

Poem Details | by James Horn
Categories: humor,

What If God I Had Hired

What If God I Had Hired

A Thought Transpired;
What If God I Had Hired?
Who would get fired?

Jim Horn

Probably a football coach the way
things appear to be looking right now.

Poem Details | by Michelle Faulkner
Categories: autumn, football, games, sports,

September

The boys of football
     Enter in warrior garb
Fall gladiators

Poem Details | by Robb A. Kopp
Categories: animals

Raptors

The Dromaeosaurs
Thought of tennis as a chore
Football liked more

By Robb A. Kopp

Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues
Categories: football, music, seasons,

FALL TRUMPET

a Fall trumpet plays
a solo as Summer ends
and football begins

9/1/2018

Poem Details | by Gail Foster
Categories: england, flower, football, hope, philosophy,

football philosophers

glorious morning
for football philosophers
the fuschias are bright

© Gail Foster 12th July 2018

Poem Details | by Panagiota Romios
Categories: car, football, humor,

FELINE FOOTBALL HAIKU



    Feline Football- English Haiku

    Cat on all fours crouched.
    Grape football hit with 
    swift paw.
    Punt, calico wins!

    October 8, 2019

    English Haiku
    5 syllables-line 1
    7 syllables-line 2
    5 syllables-line 3

Poem Details | by deepak srivastava
Categories: father,

PATH

DO NOT IGNORE RIGHT
PLAY FOOTBALL WISELY TODAY
RIGHT PATH EVER A CHOICE

Poem Details | by Dave Collins
Categories: basketball, childhood, football, friendship, fun, games, girlfriend,

Boyhood


KP hill commune
4 seasons promenade play
wonderland of friends

Poem Details | by David Kavanagh
Categories: allusion, farewell, football, tribute,

argentina is crying


               with feet of genius 
                 diego maradona
            played the hand of god
    


By
David Kavanagh