Lacrosse Poems

Lacrosse Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of lacrosse poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for lacrosse.

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A Poem for Antje
Happy Birthday to you, my dear sister.
You were just a little dolll when you were photographed with your uncle Walter..

I have seen you grow into a beautiful young woman,
Do you remember the days at our parent.s house.

When your friends would...Read More
Categories: lacrosse, appreciation, beautiful, birthday, blessing, friend, god, grandfather,
Form: Free verse

Ode to Chores
Ode to Chores
By Brenda Kahn

When the Good Lord
In his wisdom, Hark!
Said “Separate
the light from dark.”

He surely didn’t
See that time
Would be a scarce
Resource to find

I throw my clothes-wash
In by person
Lest my crazed
Schedule worsen

If I did dark
Then later light
Lord knows I’d be
Doing...Read More
Categories: lacrosse, family, home, marriage, mom, mother, mum, women,
Form: Ode
Waiting for the Season to Start
In the depths of a New York winter 
I am waiting for the baseball  season to start 
My old man was a New York Giants fan 
Even though he lived in Brooklyn
The Mets didn't exactly do well last year...Read More
Categories: lacrosse, baseball,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ode to a Tree
See that grand majestic old tree.
He or she, inhales, carbon dioxide and breathes out: 
Now for us humans, life given clean oxygen.
Stout roots run deep, holding God's earth.
Also, with you, we were taught our first lesson. 

Animals take shelter upon...Read More
Categories: lacrosse, earth, earth day, introspection, nature, science, tree,
Form: Ode
Premium Member The Game of Hockey
The Game of Hockey 

By Government decree Lacrosse 
Is Canada’s national sport,
But in the hearts and minds of Canadians, 
Hockey rules supreme.
A winter sport enjoyed by Canadians since 1875,
Played on frozen ponds and rivers,
Lakes and streets and in, indoor shelters!
Officially,...Read More
Categories: lacrosse, hockey, sports,
Form: Verse

The dazed dingo dance concerto
Whether working wallabies would weave waved warm wafers or whether wallpaper would wear walls is two times a question really. It is rational to assume that an ass jacket would dart over a yak and a yam would appear. At...Read More
Categories: lacrosse, analogy,
Form: I do not know?

he plucks the eagle’s feathers
tucks them in his patient’s hair

cayuga’s legs and arms take flight
his eyes behold the heaven’s bright

a powerful bolt of lightening never rests
tossed to and fro with kindred brothers

seven men honor their thunder gods
serious and...Read More
Categories: lacrosse, native american,
Form: Verse
gravitational gravitation with or without jalapenos
A weapon based affiliation is neither  a cat cavern or a divided field. Marshals could be described as marshmallows as they are often rounded mush balls. Often a cape is found staring at a calender in a midday glaze....Read More
Categories: lacrosse, animal,
Form: I do not know?
Lacrosse Ball
Taken from an oak tree
Carved into a perfect circle
The first time ever thrown into the air
Caught, Cradled, Dropped
Scooped, Cradled, Passed, Caught, Dropped,
Scooped, Dropped
Scooped, Passed, Caught, Shot

An arrow pierces me
My fur stuffed into a spherical pelt of my skin
Stitched up and...Read More
Categories: lacrosse, life, lost, symbolism, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Who should I thank
You may feel about the planet what
you feel about a great baseball team or band:
that once there was a moment when, unknown
to us at the time, we convened
and lost and found ourselves in what we created.

Who should I thank for...Read More
Categories: lacrosse, baseball, business, dance, lost, music, silence, vacation,
Form: Verse
My Profound Thousandth Poem
My Profound Thousandth Poem

Dedicated to England and also 
world renown poet Terry Cooper.

England is exciting place to be
Will enjoy it in every opportunity
People of pageantry are such a site
Forty in Round Table and were a knight.

There was Marlowe and Shakespeare
And...Read More
Categories: lacrosse, england, history, humor,
Form: Couplet
Round of Applause
Here is my next sports rap poem. Jim

Round of Applause

Already now I must admit
What is it we have to hit?
How about homer with baseball
Not strike three they did call.

Why fool around and always fret
Should kick a goal into the net
Don't...Read More
Categories: lacrosse, humorous, sports,
Form: Couplet
Mason's Bio Poem

Crazy, funny, energetic, strong.

Son of Mother, brother of Sister, grandson of Nann and Granpa.

Lover of Lacrosse, School, and Animals.

Who feels confidence, responsibility and is muscular.

Who needs hats, sunglasses, and an Under Armour shirt.

Who gives to the needy, Animals, and Mother...Read More
Categories: lacrosse, america, brother, earth, england, grandson, school, sister,
Form: Bio
The Bright Summer Day
Sun is just above my head, far above the ground in the sky
My spirits are getting high
Sun sprinkling it all over and filling those rays within my bones
Now sitting in the corporate chair is hurting my hipbones
I didn't come out...Read More
Categories: lacrosse, day, emotions, jobs, strength, stress, summer, sun,
Form: Choka
What Happened
When do we stop believing that we could become anything?

Remember the time in third grade when Mrs. Anderson asked us what we wanted to be when we had grown up?

How Susie said she wanted to be a ballerina. She took...Read More
Categories: lacrosse,
Form: Free verse
The day’s hot-the wind like a convection oven
Blows hot air in our faces.
My cap and gown insulates me
Baking me like a potato wrapped in aluminum foil
I desperately fan myself and look around
My eyes search for my peers and see;
The bros...Read More
Categories: lacrosse, childhood, education, farewell, goodbye, graduation, satire, school,
Form: Narrative
I remember you kissed me inside and out
Against he confines of a foreign couch
Drag your finger along my jaw line here
I love you so much. I feel like i'm going to get sick
I look around and see through a haze...Read More
Categories: lacrosse, lost loveme, love, me, sky,
Form: I do not know?
Untitled #307 / It's mid-October
It’s mid-October, and the cool morning air
refreshes and replenishes the players as they march
across a muddy lacrosse field, the low sun
that manages to peek through the gray clouds
glistening off the beady surface of grass blades.
The stage is set for glory.
...Read More
Categories: lacrosse, friendship, introspection, life, mystery, nature, school, seasons,
Form: Narrative