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

  • 229.

    How does one speak about the game of golf? A game of so many emotions, both highs and lows. It can be as sweet and passionate as your lover on a warm summer night ~ your swing is flowing smooth and easy and the ball is rolling the greens pure and true. It can feel as if you're destined to endless torture ~ your heart being slowly ripped out, piece by piece when you struggle, hole by hole. You can experience nature's beauty as your mind and soul wander between shots. A friendship can be forged for a lifetime as you talk, laugh and joke with others while sharing this crazy bond with a ball and clubs. Sportsmanship is exemplified at a level above other sports ~ where self honesty still shines and gives the game dignity. It is said that you can tell much about one's character by watching how they carry themselves throughout eighteen holes ~ because golf is so much like life ~ full of adversity and 'rub of the greens'. No matter how bad your round was, you keep coming back to give it another go ~ the same way you pick yourself up off of the floor when life's random hurts come your way.

    And Why? read more »

  • 230.
    Sands of Time

    Written for a Poetry Challenge. The challenge was to write a poem including sand dunes without mentioning either word, this was the result.

    Take the train to Bodmin Road
    They call it Parkway now read more »

  • 231.
    PGA & NFL No Tax? That’s a Fact?

    Two of the world’s biggest sports entities will pay Zero Tax,
    Multi-Billion dollars in yearly revenue to corporate Fat Cats,
    Known as The National Football League and The PGA Tour,
    Supposedly giving millions to charities should there be more? read more »

  • 232.
    Game of Golf

    Golf is my brothers passion, my sister-in laws as well
    From where l'm standing Oh! my word it looks like a game from hell
    Legs astride back is bent and the arms down all stretched out
    Now it's time to hit the ball and give it one good clout read more »

  • 233.
    Paradise Gained

    Albert and Hulda lived in style,
    they walked each Saturday a mile,
    ate vegetables, fruits and bread
    but then, they ended up quite dead. read more »

  • 234.
    Senryu (haiku) For Duffers

    With a graceful swing
    My pitching wedge struck the ball
    Fell short of the hole read more »

  • 235.
    Confessions Before the 'I DO'

    So many words i wanna say
    Yet only few find its way out
    Oh God its hard. Funny huh?
    No, don't stop, keep smiling read more »

  • 236.
    Christmas 2013! ! !

    Another day has dawned, all wet and grey,
    but pure bliss to everything that needs water to stay.
    One month to Christmas, the buzz has begun,
    The cars rushing by, the people now run. read more »

  • 237.
    Chant For Dark Hours

    Some men, some men
    Cannot pass a
    Book shop.
    (Lady, make your mind up, and wait your life away.) read more »

  • 238.
    I love chinese food! !

    I love chinese food, and chinese food loves me,
    but in my imaginary land, i am the queen.

    The clouds there are orange chicken, the grass is chow mein, read more »

  • 239.

    You can take your golf and the rolling greens
    You tennis with manicured courts neat and clean
    Your soccer, your swimming, your basketball scene -
    None measure up to............FOOTBALL! read more »

  • 240.

    A shoe with legs,
    a stone dropped from heaven,
    he does his mournful work alone, read more »

New Golf Poems

  1. The First Rule Of Golf, Edgar Albert Guest
  2. bet on this horse, lee fones
  3. less, lee fones
  4. Days Golf, lee fones
  5. Fore! ..... [GOLF; sporting accidents; .., Bri Edwards
  6. The Lay For The Troubled Golfer, Edgar Albert Guest
  7. Retirement, Chris Perry
  8. Game of Life, Tirupathi Chandrupatla
  10. The Wreck of the Golfer, Banjo Paterson
  11. The Wreck Of The Golfer, Banjo Paterson
  12. Mini Golf, Marshall Gass
  13. The Golf Cart, Jim Yerman
  14. xmh45305lm, White Phuture
  15. 081. An Elephant And A Kangaroo, John Westlake
  16. 067. Have You Ever Seen A Red Elephant, John Westlake
  17. Golf te Breken, Madrason writer
  18. No Alternative, Edward Kofi Louis
  19. Rondelet: Scoop Of The World, T (no first name) Wignesan
  20. This Game Of Golf, Aniruddha Pathak
  21. PGA & NFL No Tax? That’s a Fact?, Luke Easter
  22. Strange desires, Betim Muco
  23. Woody Putts: A Bouquet, Aniruddha Pathak
  24. Christmas 2013! ! !, Veronica Murdoch Eaton
  25. 1945-62, Barney Rooney
  26. Immortal, John kago
  27. Making Me Feel Like I'm Not Yours, Hailey Stump
  28. Adores, Lilyann Monahan
  29. On Reflection, Les Littleford
  30. Before a Round of Golf, Christopher Byrd Hickman
  31. 20th Birthday, Christopher Byrd Hickman
  32. Bad Round of Golf, Christopher Byrd Hickman
  33. A nice view, oskar hansen
  34. Truthing Fire and Ice, Nyein Way
  35. We Heard Tiger Roar, Manonton Dalan
  36. When Sugar Is Low, Manonton Dalan
  37. Enveloped, Gabriela Duricova
  38. Persistent Bird, Manonton Dalan
  39. Soul Mate, Olugbenga Itunu Ogunderu
  40. Donald Trump, Nicolas GRENIER
  41. Haiku - Eagle, Allen Steble
  42. The Illusions Built Up In The Sky, Robert Rorabeck
  43. Youth at Risk, Ima Ryma
  45. Sunday Sin, Ima Ryma
  46. Golfing Goofing, Ima Ryma
  47. A Caged Bird Wishes To Be Free, Billy Simani
  48. Self Improvement Links, Lonely People Champion
  49. Honors, Beatrice Dahlen
  50. Symbiosis, L C Vieira
  51. The Bloke Is Broke, RIC S. BASTASA
  52. Clubs For Lonely People, Lonely People Champion
  53. Mini Golf Conspiracy, Larry Hussey
  54. Refuse To Be Inoculated, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  55. walking on greens, Manonton Dalan
  56. THE GAME OF FAME, Samra Haq
  57. Women At Augusta National & The Masters, Luke Easter
  58. You Want To Grow Old Like The Carters, Alice Walker
  59. middle class in algarve, oskar hansen
  60. Sports Fan, Ron Tranmer
  61. Good Bones, Robert Foxweed
  62. Stainless, Martin O'Neill
  63. Let Wind Push It Away, Manonton Dalan
  64. Will Take You To Crabhouse, Manonton Dalan
  65. Please Don't Consume More Of My Time, Manonton Dalan
  66. On The Golf Course At Dawn, S.Michael Kozubek
  67. Simply Talking To You, Manonton Dalan
  68. me passing by, Manonton Dalan
  69. Golfing In Ireland, Greg Costello
  70. Not Swinging but Hacking - A Golfer's La.., Kris Viscardini
  71. Whiff, Kris Viscardini
  72. Young Tom Morris, Kris Viscardini
  73. The Hacker, Greg Costello
  74. Cosmic Mists Universes Complexities, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
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