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Premium Member I opened Paris' letter and cry
I opened Paris' letter and cry


my heart dropped
my fingers trembled
I opened Paris' letter
mama it's been three days ...
then the dam burst, 
not the happy kind
unregretfully
the kind that spells gloom
sobs of tears roll down my face
uncontrollably...

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Categories: softball, confusion, daughter, growing up, heartbreak,
Form: Free verse



Grandmas House
Beautiful land in the distance,
Heading there in consistence,
Mountains far but so close,
Leading us to a touch of prose.
Hear me for our worlds at peace,
Bend the map; make a crease.
Here we arrive,
After that 12 hour drive.
Colorado...

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Categories: softball, childhood, family, house, house, me, time,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member To Eat aPeach
To Eat A Peach

Spring is here.
The delicate tree blossoms replace
     the delicate white lights of Winter.
From the petals fruit will grow.

Pears, plums, apricots, cherries,
       nectarines...
Peaches.

I...

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Categories: softball, anniversary, body, change, courage, desire, fruit, inspiration,
Form: Bio
Respect The Game
To know just where your're going

You must know where you've been

You must respect the history

The things others have seen

It's true in all things relative

Be it music, sports or life

If you don't know where you came...

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Categories: baseball, football, games, history, soccer, softball, sports,
Form: Rhyme
Inseparable
In sixth grade we discovered our love of volleyball together.  
She was the setter, I was the hitter. 
The perfect pair. 
We bonded over our distaste for the mustard yellow jerseys 
and our love...

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Categories: softball, absence, betrayal, friendship, loss,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Nineteen sixty-eight
Nineteen sixty-nine
By Franklin Price
5/22/2019

The year was nineteen sixty-nine
A year for change and to adjust
Had just returned from Viet Nam
Was alone, without much trust

Married when I went away
January sixty-eight
Received “Dear John” on April Fool
It's a long...

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Categories: softball, anniversary, marriage, relationship,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Nothing You Can't Do
Everyday when his dad came home he was waiting there
This was the special time that his dad always had to share

He taught him to throw and to catch how to swing his bat
Every game he...

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Categories: softball, hope, inspirational, life, loss, sportsdad, career, dad,
Form: Couplet
Unrequited true love, part 2
So why does it end with the love lies?
Now once you got to Jr. High
People were cruel, it was hard to get by
Getting depressed in the circle of life
But now girls are better, more shapely...

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Categories: softball, crush, feelings, first love, growing up, i
Form: Bio
My Father's cleats
 It’s funny how my father’s hobby became mine. He has been a sportsman all his life, he played basketball, volleyball and softball all his youth, but his real passion is soccer and even though...

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Categories: softball, childhood, family, father, history, life, time, funny,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Batter UP
She comes to bat with the score tied three to three.
Staring out at the pitcher,
she goes into her stance, 
just hoping the ball will come over the sweet part of the plate.
Into her motion, the...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: granddaughter, softball,
Form: Free verse
Godly teaching inspiration in the iY generation
It is so hard in this day and age of blurred lines, wrecking balls and falling trees  to challenge students to see the right side of things,
The way Jesus made others see.  
He...

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Categories: softball, education, inspirational, teacher, teen,
Form: Free verse
Memories at the Rivers Edge
The Saint John River rolls along 
Under skies of baby blue, 
Touching lives of country folk 
Just the way it used to do 
Before the war to better times, 
When steamboats churned and church bells...

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© Kim McAdam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: softball, history, home, memory, river,
Form: Rhyme
Football, volleyball, baseball --- a nonsensical poem
Football, volleyball, baseball, softball, 
Racquetball, handball, basketball, hardball. . . . 
There're lots of sports in the world you play with a ball, 
And you can't play any of them if you're an oddball. 

If...

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Categories: softball, humor, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ode To Chocolate
I was very young when, I first tasted it;
that sweet, milky nectar of the Gods.

One Easter morning it appeared in a basket, 
on our piano bench and it was wrapped in shiny foil; 
all colors...

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Categories: softball, appreciation, food, image, imagery, poems, poetry, sweet,
Form: Free verse
Coach Bob
Coach Bob Savage
was one of the greatest
coaches in Des Moines
High School History.

During his stay
at East High School,
he coached football,
baseball and softball.

Coach Savage led
East to 477 victories
in softball, 198 in baseball
and 102 in football.

He may never...

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Categories: softball, lossschool, july, school, high school,
Form: Free verse
The Middles
"M&M's turned 75!", my son tells the cashier at Walgreen's. He doesn't know her, but with contagious excitement, she smiles and says, "Oh, really! Wow!". He see's this as an invitation to pepper her for...

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Categories: softball, bullying, conflict, confusion, courage,
Form: Free verse
A Snowman For You Pt 1
I awoke this morning to find a foot and half of snow all around covering the ground.  I 
quickly got dressed wearing several layers of clothes.  Plus a winter mask to protect my...

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Categories: softball, funny, happiness, sportssnow, snow,
Form: Free verse
Split personality
My name is Shawn and let me make that clearI am always the shy and humble one around hereLets all go down to the tavern for some beersSoftball night has just ended...

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Categories: softball, addiction, conflict, psychological,
Form: ABC
Premium Member My First Baseball Bat
Dad gave me my first wood baseball bat
an Eddie Mathews signature model, 28 inches long
when I was 10 or 11 ('66 or '67)

shortly after he got me my first lefty glove 
(I still have it,...

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Categories: softball, family, joy,
Form: Bio
Oh, Please, Not Again
Oh, Please, Not Again

By Elton Camp

As a teenager, I admit I was a nerd.
Books to sports I very much preferred. 
To become agile, I didn’t have the means.
Athletic ability just wasn’t in my genes.

But back...

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© Elton Camp  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: softball, angstme,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Porch Railing of My Childhood
Mrs. Peligio was a swearing machine  We would run and throw 
ourselves in the crawl space under the shed pretending to look for a
softball when we saw her and this included our mother.
Our neighborhood...

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Categories: softball, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Free verse
Kymber Loreleiada - part 1
This is to my daughter, who has yet to be conceived.
I will love you as I have never loved another.
I make this promise now, from you I will never leave.
I will always be there for...

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Categories: softball, writing,
Form: Rhyme
A Recipe For Fun
> > 
> > A RECIPE FOR FUN
> > Author: Dennis Howe
> > February 2001
> > 
> > Take ten
> > seasoned ball players and throw
> > in a large pinch of leather and aluminum.
>...

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Categories: softball,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Childhood
My childhood has had
a mixture of ups and downs 
Good times and bad times 

I remember when my sister 
and I shared a bedroom
I loved the bunk beds 
We had fun jumping from 
the top...

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Categories: softball, childhood,
Form: Free verse
Memories Of The Past
This air blows around me 
Reminds me of the good old days
High school days which are past
Gone never to return
Old faces come and go
My head is full of them
Can remember the locked ins and outs
Wish...

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Categories: softball, history, sad, time, school, me, old, life,
Form: I do not know?