Quatrain Hockey Poems | Quatrain Poems About Hockey
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I watched the USA beat the USA today,
Losing a winnable hockey game.
We had a great defense, but then
Chose to give the gold to Canada again.
©2014 Honestly JT
HOCKEY NIGHT IN BOSTON
Well, Saturday night is here once again
I aimed to write you a puck-by-puck account
It's Toronto Maple Leafs versus Boston Bruins
But it's only first period and I've already lost count!
Both at 6-2 and around 200 pounds
It's Reimer and Tuuka in their respective nets
Alert they'll both be for that little black disc
The game's stats will thus be anyone's guess.
The game's too exciting, I can't possibly write
I'm yelling and shouting, the couch can't take any more
I'm jumping up and down like the fans in the stands
I really must go before the announcer yells "SCORE!"
© ELR 2013
Going out on a limb! :)
Yee haw, woo hoo and holy crap
We beat the U.S. by crickey
It's Canada's game so it's only right
Forever ingrained in our psyche
The women won gold as predicted
But our men will have it much tougher
Up against a talented team from Sweden
For gold, it'll go down to the buzzer
Look at the pink patch of land to the north
Just above the 49th parallel
It'll be coloured a very bright red and white
Sound will reach ten thousand decibels
There's really no question in this guy's mind
The gold is a foregone conclusion
We are the best, there's no longer doubt
No longer will there be confusion
Go Canada Go! will be heard loud and clear
Olympic Gold Medalists in hockey
Reigning champs for the next four years
Can't blame me for feeling cocky
© Jack Ellison 2014