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  • 229.
    I Wish

    Life seemed so good when I was in my twenties
    Before time left me looking old and gray
    I used to play soccer and gaelic football
    And I could run and chase the ball all day.

    I was never much good at soccer or gaelic football
    Though like many others I too dreamt of fame
    But I did not play for self esteem and honours
    I only played because I loved the game.

    I wish that I could have stayed in my twenties
    Life is much better for those in their prime
    But on looking back three decades passed so quickly
    And one can't turn back the hands of time.

    It has been said that with gray hairs there's wisdom
    But as is often is the case it isn't so
    Some people as they age they grow less tolerant
    And they seemed to have more wisdom years ago.

    The best years of my life were in my twenties
    When I could run and chase the ball all day
    And don't tell me that in gray hairs there is wisdom
    When it is more a sign of ageing and decay. read more »

  • 230.
    The Aussie Redneck Say

    True Aussie don't eat kangaroo or rice or pitta bread
    That's what the redneck Aussie say the Aussie born and bred
    On barbecued steaks in bread rolls and on grilled steaks men are fed
    That's why in sports us Aussies of all others are ahead. read more »

  • 231.

    And today the elohim of the football world is Messi;
    Who plays for Barcelona. read more »

  • 232.
    A Memory From 85

    I've always thought that Gaelic Football was a grand and a sporting game
    But after witnessing a match between Rockchapel and Kiskeam
    Played in the Gaelic Playing Field half a mile from Knocknagree
    The uglier side of Gaelic Football was all brought home to me. read more »

  • 233.
    Denny Long Of Annagloor

    A two time All Star Gaelic Footballer about him he inspired many a song
    The pride of Cork and Millstreet the marvellous Denny Long
    Arguably Ireland's finest midfielder when he was in his prime
    The memory of his greatness will not fade out in time. read more »

  • 234.
    Frank Riordan

    He and Neily Lehane in the late sixties they formed a Club and a Gaelic Football team
    And the Football Club they christened Slanan Rovers and Cloghoula people back then had a dream
    That they might one day be Duhallow Champions but to win in any grade quite hard to do
    And though out of dreams great ideas have been born dreams are dreams and they don't always come true. read more »

  • 235.
    The Woman Five Doors Down

    The woman five doors down tells me her son Ted is the best player in the school football team
    And that one day he will play in an A.F.L. Grand Final and that more than once of late she's had this dream
    Of watching him receive the Coleman medal for best on ground on football's biggest day
    Watched by well over ninety thousand people who cheer him on with a loud hip hooray. read more »

  • 236.
    Brendan Moynihan

    He played football for Millstreet in his twenties
    And he is one I readily can recall
    Quiet spoken, down to earth and unassuming,
    A powerful fellow over six foot tall. read more »

  • 237.
    The Teenager On His Bicycle

    Wearing brown shorts and a blue football jersey and with sneakers on his feet
    The teenager on his bicycle he goes whistling down the street
    The evening is warm and breezy the wind tosses his long brown hair
    As he pedals near the sidewalk he doesn't have a care. read more »

  • 238.
    Depends How We Use Its Presence

    I like what the higher intelligence
    says in “The Choice For Love” by
    Rodegast, offering to be a teacher
    whose value depends on how we read more »

  • 239.
    Full Moon Between Minarets

    like a white football between goal posts
    between 2 minarets rises the full moon
    .. may it remind us that Allah the All Merciful
    wants His compassion extended to read more »

  • 240.
    everybody wins

    Afterwards is when the game begins.
    When games are being played they hardly are a game,
    but once they’re over winners, losers both can blame
    the other side, and everybody wins. read more »

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  11. The Big Match, Noah Sutherland
  12. Touchline, penny green
  13. New Pope Haiku 2013-, john tiong chunghoo
  14. The Mad Duck, Ima Ryma
  15. R9 Football Club, Robert Mogano
  16. Play Nice, Ima Ryma
  17. Messi, sallam yassin
  18. JACK PINTO, Christina J. Williams
  19. Progress, sallam yassin
  20. Football, Deci Hernandez
  21. The football legend Pele, Asif Andalib
  22. Football 2, Tony Gonzalez
  23. EURO-The Football Spirit, taanya khanna
  24. 'El-messiah'!, Edward Kofi Louis
  25. "Shayne", zach burdette
  26. What Is War, David Aoloch Bion
  27. Why Do You Love Football?, Candy Simpson
  28. Kick the Ball, Edward Kofi Louis
  29. The Football Match, Asif Andalib
  30. HAIKU #093 (football), Carolyn Brunelle
  31. Limerick - A Footballing Acrobat, Jools Hampton
  32. Green Bay, Wisconsin ~ Tanka, Christine A Kysely
  33. Football Is Its Name ~ Senryu, Christine A Kysely
  34. Football, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  35. A Flower To Auroville Mother-51, Indira Renganathan
  36. I'm A Fan, Colin Coplin
  37. Football - The most beautiful game, Rohan Roy
  38. Bliss., john o'connell
  39. Football Is Round, Louisa Dai
  40. Maradona, Maradona, Maradona…, Biswajit Ganguly
  41. Worldcup 2010 southafrica, Baliboola N.ivan
  42. The Great Footballers Of Brazil, Francis Duggan
  43. XFL, Jesus Christ
  45. The Last Day, Khadim Hussain
  46. You May Know A Lot About Your Favourite .., Francis Duggan
  47. done with football, Aaron Fullbright
  48. 'Tis Football, Francis Duggan
  49. For the Hillsborough Lost, Gordon D Wilkinson
  50. MY WINNING HUGS., mariam khan Farah Abdulahi
  51. Another Football Season, Francis Duggan
  52. I Remember The Time, Francis Duggan
  53. Three Boys On their Bicycles, Francis Duggan
  54. Suppose Football Does Serve A Purpose, Francis Duggan
  55. Football, my life, Estelle Koehler
  56. i- Formation, Onyx Blake
  57. My Grandfather, Prasetya Utama
  58. Football His Diversion, Francis Duggan
  59. ! LOYAL FAN, Linda Ori
  61. He Is Such A Joyful Winner, Francis Duggan
  62. Tim Kennelly, Francis Duggan
  63. Zinnedine Zidane, Francis Duggan
  64. This Is The Football Season, Francis Duggan
  65. The Teenager On His Bicycle, Francis Duggan
  66. Young David The Under Fourteen, Francis Duggan
  67. The Joy Of Their Laughter, Francis Duggan
  68. Denny Long Of Annagloor, Francis Duggan
  69. A Memory From 85, Francis Duggan
  70. In The Local Football Oval, Francis Duggan
  71. Frank Riordan, Francis Duggan
  72. The Woman Five Doors Down, Francis Duggan
  73. Brendan Moynihan, Francis Duggan
  74. FOOTBALL, Fred Babbin
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