Poems About: FOOTBALL
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73.Throwin Around That Old Football
Throwin around that old football.
It doesn't matter how big or small.
Just a game of cetch to start the day.
Without any rules to obey. read more »Ashlie Olsen
74.You And I (And Two Football Teams)
you and i
met not long ago
you and i read more »Ground Sniper
Most of the boys on my team
are ashamed that a girl is on their team.
They have a lot of question like
Why do you play football,
Are you a men or what? read more »Reba Haapala
Roaring and shouting dominating the air
Boys rushing down the street
Every attention towards a centre alone
Discussion and arguments consuming the scene read more »sholadoye Dada
Some people look at football like it’s some type of idol.
We’ve got bigger issues, like young people who are suicidal. read more »bethany jeffreys
78.To Those Who Love Footy
To those who love footy a man of renown
The legend of sport from the little bush town
Footballers of his calibre hard to be found
On Grand Final day he was best on ground read more »Francis Duggan
and I’m listening to the football read more »Andrew Matthews
80.Maradona as Coach Maradona
I can't see Argentina's future in this world cup. I am writing this poem being a fan of Maradona and Argentina football team.
Now you an old lion
Still a hunter read more »Biswajit Ganguly
81.For Friendships To Be Formed
They have so much in common they love to talk football
And big names of their favourite sport they do love to recall
Though not everyone in their drinking group barracks for the same club
Football the main topic of conversation when they meet in the pub, read more »Francis Duggan
Some say he well might be a football great
But he has major problems with his weight
He find the footy training tough and hard
And his legs refuse to run that extra yard. read more »Francis Duggan
I feel something
Something is rushing straight to me
Not the runner, nor the falling rock-climber
But a round flying object－ yes, a football read more »Kavin Fang
84.if i were a bubble i would be everlastingdestiney baker