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Top 100 Poems About: GOLF


In this page, poems on / about “golf” are listed.
  • 1.
    Why Do You Love Football?

    Why do you love football?
    What do you see in it?
    Why not watch another sport
    Like Rugby, Golf, or Cricket? read more »

    Candy Simpson
  • 2.
    For My Dad

    When I fall you lift me up.
    When I cry you cheer me up.
    When i get into fights you say it alright.
    And thats why I love you with all my might. read more »

    Dhear Vongjalorn
  • 3.
    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 »

    Aubrey Harmel
  • 4.
    Golf Tees Lament

    Golf tees on my dresser
    Golf tees in my bed
    Golf tees on my pillows
    Where they poke me in my head read more »

    Larry Buddin
  • 5.
    Licking Balls in Velvet Fingers of Grass

    Oh verdancy! Dear verdancy!
    Oh vast expanse of space!
    You want Zen?
    Where've you been? read more »

    Jeffrey Philip Clegg
  • 6.
    Fishing or Golf, Take your Pick

    Do you golf? I've been asked this question a great deal
    But I answer with a smile, "Hey, a golf ball won't make a meal."
    If you use your driver or iron, whatever your whim
    I reply, "I would rather try to teach a worm to swim." read more »

    William B. Booth, Jr.
  • 7.
    This Crazy Game o' Golf

    Tae pick up a stick an' chase a wee ba'
    I jist canna see the sense in it ava'
    Hittin' a ba' roond a park full o' holes
    ye'd think t'wis a new wey tae kill a ' the moles read more »

    Frances Jaffray
  • 8.
    Not Swinging but Hacking - A Golfer's Lament

    Nobody saw him, the errant golfer
    but still he swished, ball lacking
    I was deeper in the rough than you thought
    and not swinging but hacking read more »

    Kris Viscardini
  • 9.
    Golf A simple game

    read more »

    Gabe Anderson
  • 10.
    The Wreck of the Golfer

    It was the Bondi golfing man
    Drove off from the golf house tee,
    And he had taken his little daughter
    To bear him company. read more »

    Banjo Paterson
  • 11.
    Chocolate is As chocolate does

    jay walking is a useful past-time
    it keeps motorists on their toes
    naturist resorts are under-rated
    patchwork chique is the new vogue read more »

    Stephen Andrews
  • 12.
    On The Golf Course At Dawn

    On the golf course at dawn:
    No one else but groundskeepers raking bunkers
    and the red-orange fox’s fur
    reflecting the sun. read more »

    S.Michael Kozubek
  • 13.
    music

    time for some music
    it's time
    the time is now apparently
    to get the I=pod module and to stick it in your ears read more »

    Rcd Bck
  • 14.
    Quitting smoking aint nothing

    Antennas, cables, dishes, and remotes,
    Seinfeld, bachleors, Oprah, and some soaps
    The world on the tube is a queasy half life
    Peoples addiction is such a sad sight read more »

    Jimmy Wrangler
  • 15.
    eating the dogs scraps

    yesterday i brought home scraps for the dog and ate them
    he watched me the whole time
    i had dug hotdogs out of the garbage
    brought them home read more »

    jack Quehoff
  • 16.
    Retirement

    Oh what I would give for an absent mind,
    Released from the chains of the daily grind,
    To have a phone that doesn't run my life,
    To spend the days relaxing with my wife. read more »

    Chris Perry
  • 17.
    IT's THE GOLF BALL OR ME

    TIGER TIGER IN THE WOODS

    Hit the ball as U should read more »

    Intensive KS1
  • 18.
    20th Birthday

    It’s so funny, I have to remember
    All those special days in September
    And it just so happens, on the 10th is when
    My birthday has come around again read more »

    Christopher Byrd Hickman
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