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

  • 37.
    Meaning of Soccer

    Soccer is a sport of heart, joy, skills, and Honor. Many people play it for money and don’t really
    Care about the sport. A true professional soccer player plays for what’s in the front, NOT the
    Back. If the team that’s in the front goes big and then you’ll go big with them. Play this beautiful
    Sport for fun and enjoy. Many youngsters look up to big names stars like Cristiano Ronaldo, read more »

  • 38.

    I have seen soccer players
    Shoot goals through
    Windows in five story buildings.
    Off walls onto an escalator read more »

  • 39.
    The Orange And The Green

    There were two Soccer teams
    They were Irish and were called
    The Orange and the Green
    But alas, every time they played read more »

  • 40.
    I Wish That I Could Have Stayed In My Twenties

    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. read more »

  • 41.
    He loves soccer

    He loves soccer.
    Kicking soft and supple hearts.
    He loves to dribble,
    Who cares for penalties? read more »

  • 42.

    If the endaround gets in the open and the balltosser does not get killed the sideline washer will come into the game. Then the seventeen minutes will last longer then ever and seem like forever the men with the whistles will forfeit the flag the chain pullers come the ball is then moved to a different line. read more »

  • 43.
    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. read more »

  • 44.
    socrates' daemon

    It’s comic how Nike, Adidas both need us,
    and with their advertisements publicly greet us;
    if one shoe should dropp will the other one fit us?
    We’ll find out when players all dance like St. Vitus–– read more »

  • 45.
    So Any Team As Such

    Though Brazil has the class and Brazil has the flair
    Who wins the F I F A World cup i can't say i much care
    'Tis more about Nationalism than 'tis about sport
    So any team as such i do not support. read more »

  • 46.

    (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 »

  • 47.
    The Good Memories Of What Was

    I was not any use at Gaelic Football or Soccer though I played in Millstreet Townpark in the rain
    And I played Soccer in Neily Duggan's Inch Field but these things I will never do again
    With my young friends for us it was enjoyment but few things in life stay the same
    The fire of youth in us was burning but it now is a flickering flame read more »

  • 48.
    The National Game Of Australia

    The National game of Australia is Australian Rules Football
    And the Aussies who love their game say 'tis the greatest game of all
    Soccer, Rugby Union and Rugby League and Cricket have their roots elsewhere
    But no truer Aussie sportsman than an Aussie Rules footy player, read more »

New Soccer Poems

  1. America For A Moment, Jim Yerman
  2. The Biting Soccer Player or The Hungry F.., Hebert Logerie
  3. GOLLLLLLLLLL, Juan Olivarez
  4. Nothing To Talk About [Revised], Margaret Alice Second
  5. FIFA-2014, Dr. Yogesh Sharma
  6. My Childhood, amir mohammad islami chalandar
  7. Kicked Around Heart, Anthony Daniels
  8. Poetry: To Brazilian Soccer, Laijon Liu
  9. Dear Friend, Lara Bujold
  10. It's Easy to be Arty When You Don't Do A.., Lawrence Beck
  11. 'Missouree' or 'Missourah', Donal Mahoney
  12. Our Artificial Africa, Kweku Atta Crayon
  13. I'm From, Aliss Guthmiller
  14. I'm From, Alissa Guthmiller
  15. Starved for Inspiration, Lorde Zrock
  16. Confessions of a Pack Rat, Sometime Anti.., Deborah E Cox
  17. Good Night Jack, Thomas Vaughan Jones
  18. How Many, Maple Trail
  19. Waving From The Stands, Jim Yerman
  20. I Love you More Than, britney bartelle
  21. Riff on Sandra's Kickball, David McLansky
  22. A Day, A Season, Hans Ostrom
  23. Ronaldo 1, oskar hansen
  24. Ronaldo, oskar hansen
  25. Nightmare, Nassy Fesharaki
  26. I Fall In Sport When I Was Younger!, Lodi Cj Ludovik
  27. Ere, soccer was all white, Aniruddha Pathak
  28. Family Ties, Tosin Abegunde
  29. Angelina Jolie Hollywood Super Mom: 'How.., Beryl Dov Lew
  30. Reciting Poetry, Nassy Fesharaki
  31. A Woman's Heart, Lilia Fer.
  32. Digitally, Guy Shaked
  33. Philiosophy, Pierre Rausch
  34. Weirdo, Maya Stein
  35. The Beautiful Game, Amadeo Wongsodihardjo
  36. I Thought I Had It All, Christina Byrd
  37. To Swim Today, RIC S. BASTASA
  38. Can You Imagine, Itai Oscar
  39. Wake Up, Shahid Hussain Chouhdry
  40. I am more than, Zuleyma Garcia
  41. One Way Stop, Sam Edge
  42. The Moose, Jan Sand
  43. Elegy, Gilbert Luis R. Centina III
  44. A Winning Shot!, Ramesh T A
  45. What The Soul Looks Like [Revised], Margaret Alice Second
  46. The Goal of Soccer, Keelyn
  47. Cristiano Ronaldo: The Saga, Parth Bhatia
  48. Mzuzu Academy, Walani Ndhlovu
  49. Peace Was Ours, Holly Jamestone
  50. Rumi's lips, Leaking Pen
  51. For Dad A Limerick, Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known ..
  52. My Scattered Thoughts....., Sun shine
  53. Saturday Arvo at da footy, Peter Hall
  54. Rose Bday, janbo manbo
  55. Soccer, Shaune Gorman
  56. Nature Pastels, Emily Krauss
  57. The Boys F.C, Makhosonke Dhlamini
  58. Milky Way Galaxy, Emily Krauss
  59. Dreams, Zae Black
  60. Left Foot, john sensele
  61. Expired, Seth Argon
  62. Small Wonder, Smoky Hoss
  63. Notes from my Diary, Margaret Alice Second
  64. Amanqampunqampu (headlines), Goodenough Sakhile Dlamini
  65. Once Upon a Time On Pacific Coast and Sa.., Anthony Han
  66. Fat, natalie tru
  67. I'm A Strong African, Halalisani ImmaculatePleasur ..
  68. Soldiers to Sportsmen!, Ramesh T A
  69. Penalty Kicks!, Edward Kofi Louis
  70. Sunday Ajayi, Joseph Oladehinde Ibikunle
  71. A Crush, Ahmed Elbadri
  72. When the Smile Fades, Samuel Byrd
  73. Pukllay Harmony Of Differences, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
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