Tanka Baseball Poems | Tanka Poems About Baseball
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No gym bars for him,
this big boy on the playground,
With baseball stance, glove in hand...
eyes, mind only on the ball.
November 22, 2015
Contest: Oil Paintings 4 & 5
Sponsor: Eve Roper
Copyright © Sandra Haight | Year Posted 2015
words left unspoken
sealed behind my stubborn lips
love begs expression-
your arms reach out to embrace
my eyes speak the unspoken
Copyright © Eileen Manassian | Year Posted 2014
Never had the courage to say,
"Hi Beautiful, will you go to bed with me?"
My face would probably get slapped
But as they say in baseball
many strikeouts for a Home Run.
Copyright © Thomas Martin | Year Posted 2015
Rushing to nowhere
The dead are lowest on time
Self-condemned to walk empty
Though life works differently
Copyright © Davor Miljkovic | Year Posted 2016
Kids of different
every day to play
in the streets of Chicago
once their daily chores are done.
They play with marbles,
scummy top, pitching pennies,
or a rambunctious
game of stickball in the old
neighborhood cobblestone streets.
Children stand and watch;
the pitcher keeps a firm hold,
throwing the tattered
ball, placing it hard right down
the middle of the chalked square.
With broom handle in
both hands, batter swings, striking
the small tattered ball.
With excitement the kids jump,
clapping and cheering, "Run! Run!"
For the Poetry Contest: Form T
Sponsored by: Broken Wings
On the theme of ............. 1. Tattered
Copyright © Eve Roper | Year Posted 2017