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Lacrosse Poems

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List of New Poems

PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Ode to Chores Brenda Kahn Ode lacrosse, family, home, marriage, mom,
Waiting for the Season to Start Matthew Anish Free verse lacrosse, baseball,
Premium Member Poem Ode to a Tree Ronald A. Williams Ode lacrosse, earth, earth day, introspection,
Premium Member Poem The Game of Hockey Dennis Spilchuk Verse lacrosse, hockey, sports,
The dazed dingo dance concerto Taoi Chanan I do not know? lacrosse, analogy,
Premium Member Poem LORE OF LACROSSE Kim Rodrigues Verse lacrosse, native american,
gravitational gravitation with or without jalapenos Taoi Chanan I do not know? lacrosse, animal,
Lacrosse Ball Hufferfish Blob Free verse lacrosse, life, lost, symbolism, wisdom,
Premium Member Poem Who should I thank Robert Ronnow Verse lacrosse, baseball, business, dance, lost,
Premium Member Poem My Profound Thousandth Poem James Horn Couplet lacrosse, england, history, humor,
Premium Member Poem Round of Applause James Horn Couplet lacrosse, humorous, sports,
Mason's Bio Poem kj force Bio lacrosse, america, brother, earth, england,
The Bright Summer Day Kiran Bisht Choka lacrosse, day, emotions, jobs, strength,
What Happened Janae Rommance Free verse lacrosse,
Graduation Nicholas Bello Narrative lacrosse, childhood, education, farewell, goodbye,
Scrambled Alexandra Perry I do not know? lacrosse, lost loveme, love, me,
Untitled #307 / It's mid-October Jesse Jones Narrative lacrosse, friendship, introspection, life, mystery,

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Lacrosse Poem Example

Graduation

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 that survived school with me;
The others who shouldn't have;
The girls with memories already wet in their eyes;
The people I never met and will never know;
All desperately fanning themselves
In silence and in waiting.
We all are waiting for the same thing-
What's next to come.
For some it will be their names
For another a trip to boot camp
For many including myself- college
A couple can't wait to forget the tortures of high school
And a few will already be planning our high school reunion
because it was the best years of their life.
As I bow my head, not out of sadness,
but out of sheer defeat by the sun,
I scuff up my dress shoes in the clumpy grass of the field- 
that just finished another infamous drawn out lacrosse season,
I'll be thinking about the 4 plus years, 8 seasons,
worth of drilling and conditioning I did in that very field and on the surrounding track,
With a flash of ivory across my sweating face
I'll be thinking about
All the nooks and crannies
that I sanctioned for the intimate meetings of my girlfriends
The times caught and not,
All the heartbreaks and rejections,
The friends made, the best friends kept, and the many lost.
The drama, stupidity, and immaturity,
Everything that was and used to be.
And, all this time spent waiting-preparing
for this one moment
You can't help but remember it all
And with one, final sweet goodby-
"NICHOLAS BELLO!"

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