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Playground Games Poems

These Playground Games poems are examples of Games poems about Playground. These are the best examples of Games Playground poems written by international poets.

Premium Member Vegas Nights
Vegas nights and neon lights
A desert playground of sin
Enraptured then you're captured
The moment you walk in

The ambience intoxicates
The chance of fortune looms
Once you call you...

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Categories: games, money,

That Glorious Sound
Every kid loves to hear that glorious sound                 ...

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Categories: baseball, dad, dream, games,

Premium Member Shifting Goalpost
In the youthful years enamored to the essence
for the unsupressible passion for playing football,
I spent the quality time in the playground
every awaited evening till the...

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Categories: analogy, football, games, life,

Premium Member The Playground of Life
Life is a playground,
where folks ‘play’ around,
most favoured by man,
Some play badminton, 
with points they’re smitten,
Volleyball goes on, 
hit us with their con,
Basketball they...

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Categories: games, life, metaphor,

Premium Member Celestial Play
Celestial Play

In daylight hours when stars fall sleep, 
They opened wide eyes to see celestial wonder –
The sun and moon at play 
Racing across their...

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Categories: games, moon, sun,

Premium Member Who Knew
flipping baseball cards
in the flippin' school yard
pictures up, stats down
Drysdale, Koufax, Mantle, Spahn
or vice versa all around

retirement income source lost on the playground......

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© Mark Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: baseball, childhood, fun, games,

Emotional Onset Surges Like Tsunami 1st Wave
Unbeknownst tummy why, (around
about 2200 hours October 5th, 2018),
     a slew of forgotten incidents quasi
lee linkedin, and questionably

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Categories: games, 10th grade, caregiving, daughter,

Premium Member Healing Bad Climates
Some healers counsel us not to count the cost
of healing deficits

successful greenest healers
win by counting costs
yet not worrying too conflicted much
about how we will cooperatively...

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Categories: analogy, environment, games, health,

Premium Member Disorganized Sports
When we were young, we'd freely roam
While supervision stayed at home.
We played the seasons' major sports
On vacant lots and playground courts.

No tryouts or permission slips.

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Categories: freedom, friendship, games, history,

Premium Member A Row of Swings
Yet another dismal day, there are no children here to play;
Are they at home is it a holiday; 
No children laughing, playing s winging;
And on...

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Categories: games, anxiety, childhood, children, community,

On the Playground
I chased Leela Kilpatrick as a game
She turned around and kicked me with no shame
To mama that day
I just had to say
I thought she tried...

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© Pat Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: children, games, humor,

Playground games;
Children gambol
in the sun....

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Categories: childhood, games, innocence, simple,

Childhood Joys
My sweet childhood

Oh this classroom of August,
Oh the heat and humidity,
Oh the teacher still taking lessons,
Oh such thick book and a long lesson,
Oh nothing going...

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Categories: childhood, fun, games, joy,

Premium Member Plastic Playground - Visual 5
Plastic Playground

The plastic playground sits on land,

Land now defaced of nature’s scheme.

Scheme offers colored shapes pristine—

Pristine like board games played inside.

© Sandra M. Haight 2015...

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Categories: child, games, lost,

Premium Member Childhood Games
The icy snow sparkles in the midday sun
as we glide down on cardboard toboggans.
Scarves wrapped thrice around our necks,
overcoats buttoned to the top.
We feel no...

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© Ken Duddle  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: games, childhood, children, happiness, nostalgia,