Football Prose Poems
These Football Prose poems are examples of Prose poems about Football. These are the best examples of Prose Football poems written by international poets.
Humility In America
appreciation, football, god, humanity,
It's said 100 million Americans watched the Superbowl, which like a religious event is held on Sunday. I wonder if 100 million Americans have ever...
prose, adventure, culture,
i love the cold
my arms fold
love the snow
i rememeber and know
its winter football
its the call wall to wall
winter is my toy
soon back to school
get your tools
end of baseball
time for football
The Lizard Age
Common lizards and cockroaches love my room nowadays
They are especially in love with the terminal winter season
They are so severe that I cannot see Messi...
I Doubt If I Will Be Needed To Coach
I raised my hand and said I would be a volunteer assistant coach of a girls’ football league in the 80’s.
The night before our first...
prose, anxiety, christian, dream, god,
Down on your knees
prose, discrimination, hyperbole, political, prejudice,
Did you see all those N___ on their knee
Protesting millionaire players a monopoly
Those S O B's should be fired he declared
If its wasn't for...
PUSSYHATS FOR POETS WHO IDENTIFY AS WOMEN
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.
A Man of No Words
veterans day, war,
Virgil comes to group therapy every week in his pick-up truck with his dog, Buster, standing in the bed of the truck. The sessions are...
The Old Ball Game
When I was a child,
summer at my Aunt Joanne’s
meant staying out as late as it took the sun to set!
And mostly with my cousin Chris,
A Son's Tribute to His Father just passed
dad, death, emotions, eulogy,
A Son's Tribute (spoken at my Dad's Funeral)
A quiet man,
A family man,
A proud to be a father man.
A handy man,
A lively man,
Not known to be...
You enjoy on my pain
prose, childhood, emotions, football, games,
You kick me I move;
To the direction
Harder you kick
farther I reach
Yet under your feet;
Made of hide
Of unfortunate sheep,
Home from Vietnam
prose, usa, war,
They're getting old now.
They congregate only a few blocks south of where I live.
40 to 50 years ago they were in Vietnam.
Among the homeless they...
Years Long Past
I walk past the old football field, empty, no gladiators, no cheering crowds.
PUSH THEM BACK, PUSH THEM BACK, PUSH THEM WAY BACK!
Just echoes of the...
america, confusion, symbolism,
I don'l live in the US
I don't know anything about that debate
Ah, well, of course I DO, apparently the rest of the world can't escape...
259 Words Exactly Little Reasons to Hold on to Life as You Grow Older
prose, adventure, analogy, art, beautiful,
Kites hanging on the winds the enchantment, simplicity ... warning swirling whooshing about amid the humble Streams in the Spring ... . Time jovial, patient...
Dos and Don'ts
When she's mad, she'll become hostile. Endure it for it is positive in the end
Be romantic, she's not; she sucks at it.
Don't tell her your...
football, life, soccer,
Imagine a Super Bowl
Feeding fly infested, starving mouths
Yet feed bloated egos of the affluent
inspired by the Super Bowl event...
prose, america, flying, football, military,
Super Bowl Number Fifty,
A spectacular affair.
My favorite part,
Up in the air.
Five fighter jets,
Stirred hearts of the world.
Flying in formation,
As the flag unfurled.
A tribute to...
prose, africa, change, corruption, courage,
I made up my mind to live or die by faith,
Not through faith, nor justice, nor second hope
My hope is that justice and happiness comes,