Alliteration Baseball Poems | Alliteration Poems About Baseball
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Sports can summon within you the star
the player that prepares himself to professional
a being that belongs beneath balls and sweat
or water and wheels of any kind.
He who prepares people to proceed to an unimaginable level
and still has some time to laugh in sheer delight
That is who teaches and takes time out for family.
That is the real meaning of coaching.
Copyright © Samuel Hernandez | Year Posted 2015
Friskily frolicking I call it.
I don’t “play”
I friskily frolic.
Friskily frolic from far off field.
Far off field I will friskily frolic.
To and from
and back and forth
Friskily frolic for that flying fungo
Forever and all
I will friskily frolic
Friskily frolic when I play ball.
Copyright © Brian Byrne | Year Posted 2015
ELEMENTS part 2: WIND
Fiercely, it seemed the furious wind forestalled
The baseball game, bat and ball suspended.
How now must the players play without palavering
all over the green grassy glittering ball field?
Each one with helmets, tough hamstrings and hairy chins,
Chasing after that classic colored little ball
That the bowler spins lifting shins showing that
He'll get you out without any fuss for now.
A powerful element which elects at times to elope with roofs,
Assuming a windy whirling wrecking stance,
As though its speed should stall scheduled events
For which flyers were planned printed passed around.
A heavy task tidying up after this tempestuous wind,
After gales of gusty glaring gusts, push you from behind.
What a chaotic cheerless crowd, chattering on home,
To tell the terrifying tale to others.
Title: ELEMENTS part 2: WIND
Sponsored by: Brian Davey
4/16/2016 @ 12:00:00 AM
Copyright © Rainbow Promise | Year Posted 2016