Football Narrative Poems

These Football Narrative poems are examples of Narrative poems about Football. These are the best examples of Narrative Football poems written by international poets.


Eternal Red Card by Gideon Foli
You had one glaring chance
But only to take an early shower
When you became the pitch rascal
And sent off for a poor tackle

Your opponent went down...

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Categories: bible, christian, football, forgiveness,

Tolerance of Intolerance by Brian Sluga
Monday aftermath Paris reflecting

terror waging a war

challenging our generation dancing on graves

Paris attacks mindless

blaming ourselves

watching a band

dinner at our favorite café

attending a football match

a death...

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Categories: character, community, courage, perspective,



What child is this by Kelvin David Akhabue
My childhood days reminds me of the think I could do as a child. 
Since I was the only child of my parents, I had...

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Categories: childhood, kids,

MEMORIES OF CLASSMATES AND HIGH SCHOOL LIFE by reagan musore
Those unforgettable moments,
Of the various individuals,
You enjoyed with,
Almost all your days in high school,
Day after day troubles,
And happy moments,
Having some of them as your best...

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Categories: abuse, addiction, africa, age,

The Tragedy Fades by David Welch
At twenty-three, Brett found his girl,
A green-eyed vision with strawberry curls,
A year of dating came and went,
And wedding bells the sky did rent.

Life was good,...

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Categories: depression, hope, loss, lost

Premium MemberPUSSYHATS FOR POETS WHO IDENTIFY AS WOMEN by Jonathan French
Some of you may have to turn this upside down.

Here's a little tale, believe it if you will, though you may find it rather difficult.
I...

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Categories: relationship,

Premium MemberEn-trumped by Kai Michael Neumann
En-trumped

There are many en-tities. Narrative psychologist speak of living and telling 
a story. Our lives should be as we en-live them and en-story them. We...

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Categories: horror,

Overpopulation by Bernard Barclay
I sat with a friend,
discussing overpopulation,
"the worlds not overpopulated"
he stated

"Look around you,
there is still, a lot more land,
there is still places, 
with very few people"

Granted...

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Categories: humanity, international, political, pollution,

War Is For Fools by Bernard Barclay
I turned over the channel
to come in on the end 
of a documentary
Islam a chant flowing 

through the town
we hate america 
we hate the jews
it...

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Categories: hate, wisdom,

Premium MemberThe stroll by Edward McCall
A man strolls slowly down the street. As he does, he reaches into his pocket and pulls out a gold watch that is attached to...

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Categories: fantasy,

Rusted Steel by Brian Byrne
The vast array of colored lights illuminated the jovial faces of the youthful teens
As Ms. Durmstrang antiquely waltzed with Mr. Chestwood.
I sat alone as I...

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Categories: absence, abuse, farewell,

True Love by curtis johnson


True Love

The English language does not serve up justice to the word ‘Love’.
It allows for an unrestricted usage relative to the object of our affection.
“I...

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Categories: animal, cat, christian, dog,

Jealousy by Michael Hawk Moore
                      “Jealousy”
Jimmy had odds...

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Categories: abuse, betrayal, celebrity, jealousy,

Premium MemberThe Football Manager by Funom Makama
Translating ideas through energetic muscles
and calculative minds
is his doing
knowledgeable tricks and wise options
converted to the physical for the honour and glory
is his aim.

The one at...

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Categories: football, soccer, sports,

I Met a Man by Bernard Barclay
A man came up to me at the train station and said
"I just got out of jail"
I asked "What did you do to end up...

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Categories: change, conflict, encouraging, drug,

Premium MemberSuper Bowl Day by Joyce Johnson
They're playing in the bowl tomorrow
and we are so very proud.
We Seahawk fans are loyal
and also very loud.
We'll be settled by our TV sets
before the...

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Categories: football,

Premium MemberAttic by Patrick Cornwall
Washing his memories he hangs each to dry

He folds them promptly so they gather no wrinkles

Takes pride in his work and packs each thought with...

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Categories: allegory,

Flying Fortress Mi Amigo Rememberance by Mandy Tams The Golden Girl
 Mi Amigo

It happened in the year nineteen forty-four
Ten young lives from that day were with us no more
They were flying a B17 bomber plane
A...

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Categories: history, children, lost, home,

Island Escape by Ian Foley
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It’s hot. Twenty eight degrees.The bronze tanning oil drips ever so slowly
aside my nose. I adjust my position on the sand and wipe my eye....

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Categories: places, life, me, thank

Not poem sorry, but it's part of a story I'm writing, Comments and Opinions please by Amber Chafer
Chapter 1 – The Field
There I was, looking at the field. It looked incredibly long but was one of the most gracious fields I’d ever...

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Categories: mystery, me, people, me,