Baseball Imagism Poems

These Baseball Imagism poems are examples of Imagism poems about Baseball. These are the best examples of Imagism Baseball poems written by international poets.


going through my fathers attic by christopher oneill
The torn Rawlings symbol,

old worn leather

faded light brown,

fingers coming apart.

In its web pocket, 

sits a ball, which is

almost as abused,

as the leather. 

Back then,

it was...

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Categories: age, baseball, change, childhood,

Why, Oh Why by James Foulk
Why are there no ants around,
until you want to have a picnic?
Why does it rain everytime
you wash the car?
Why do people find money on
the other...

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Categories: funny