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Baseball Poems | Examples of Baseball Poetry

Baseball Poems - Examples of all types of baseball poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for baseball.
Wall posters There is in a town, not far from here, a house with a tall wall a solid protector from prying eyes, the house has shuttered windows, which makes it a Mediterranean dwelling The wall is...Read More
Categories: allegory, anger, anniversary, baseball,
Form: Blank verse

Premium Member Lucky Catch
unbelievable last ball game he’d ever see grand slam ball for dad Took my dad to a Yankees vs Texas Rangers game Grand slam...Read More
Categories: baseball, dream, father son,
Form: Senryu
Premium Member TMI
"If you ask him what time it is he tells you how to build a watch." ...Read More
Categories: baseball, hyperbole, wisdom,
Form: Monoku
You don’t know me You did not know me then I watched you from afar You knew not where or when I turned up at your practice I saw you through the gate You stood behind the free-throw line You did not...Read More
Categories: 12th grade, age, baseball,
Form: Rhyme
Categories: baseball, boy, grandmother, grandson,
Form: Rhyme

May we be blessed to acknowledge all the wonders in our life that have, for us, thus far accrued… and to begin each day with a word of thanks… and thoughts of gratitude. Today I’m thankful for baseball and...Read More
Categories: baseball, thanks,
Form: Rhyme
His father loved baseball…he watched his favorite team religiously… “It’s a lot like life.” He’d say. “Come and watch a game with me.” “When it’s your turn to bat,” he’ said, “when you step up to the...Read More
Categories: baseball, father son, life,
Form: Rhyme
Beata Agustin
"her harassment is my his isn't" you may ask or ass certain why you might be seeing or shall i say reading what you think i wrote or didn't again say but say you i shall say to you that can't contain or refrain from littering poetic comments with already understood old and used banal and boring biblical refrains...Read More
Categories: baseball, allah, america, anti bullying,
Form: Blank verse
College-League Baseball Sonnet
Small stadium built in the late forties, minor-league once, but has been left behind, built with girders and backless, wooden seats, a local relic of an older time. The players look so young, barely can shave, the pitching is rough...Read More
Categories: america, appreciation, baseball, imagery,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Boys And Baseball-Story Poem
Many parts of life's puzzle pieces are not a wonderful life. Some 50 years ago, my best friend and boss left his wife And abandoned his four minor children for another woman. It was very shocking to everyone,...Read More
Categories: baseball, boy,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Storied Swing that Made Him King
The former MVP pawned his very last ring like the others, it had begun to sting Bittersweet memories of his storied swing that for a decade...Read More
Categories: baseball, hero, loss, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Eddie, could not have had a father better than you. Think of all the places you took him, including to the zoo. It’s mind blowing for me, to just count the hours, That you spend at baseball,(I am...Read More
Categories: appreciation, baseball, dedication, father,
Form: Rhyme
What is Happening
What Is Happening? Yes, the little Genie asked What is happening? Children aren’t being taught To tell time, They can’t look at the clock and Know whether it’s one o’clock Or it’s 10 o’clock Who is teaching the children? Yes, the little Genie asked What...Read More
Categories: art, baseball, books, flower,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Natural reverberations Chanso
Zen peace and whisk sway; Coaxing buds to smile, Husks flap in phlox way. Diamonds scheme flowers; Springing whiff for miles, Bright sunshine for hours. Stunning shape design; Charming bystander, The breeze smells divine. Shrewd tricks are unknown; A glowing bloom gift, This is amply shown. Diamonds...Read More
Categories: analogy, appreciation, baseball, best
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member We Got A Crowd That's In A Frenzy Bob
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence Chapter L.A. I like to think of [the habit] as a bonfire or a lighthouse, so that light can shine out into places where there are no resources and there isn’t...Read More
Categories: anger, baseball, community, conflict,
Form: Rhyme

Specific Types of Baseball Poems

Definition | What is Baseball in Poetry?