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Soccer Prose Poems

These Soccer Prose poems are examples of Prose poems about Soccer. These are the best examples of Prose Soccer poems written by international poets.

Humility In America
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...

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Categories: appreciation, football, god, humanity,

Have you ever checked your face in the mirror?
Whom you used to play soccer together 
Excitement from the huge and vibrant kites in the sky!...

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© Tuwa Noor  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, peace,

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...

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Categories: prose, age,

Premium Member 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...

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Categories: soccer, sports,

Bricabrac. Old and sick in Krakow, Czeslaw complained of his to a fellow (Irish) Nobelista. My fate too (though I am not a poet, I...

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Categories: prose, anxiety, soccer,

Super Bowl
Imagine a Super Bowl
Feeding fly infested, starving mouths
Yet feed bloated egos of the affluent

inspired by the Super Bowl event...

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Categories: football, life, soccer,

Mary And Uppity

It was on a Friday night, and my entire family
went out for dinner at an ‘all you can eat buffet’.

My brother is 9 and loves...

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Categories: anger, animal, anxiety, cat,

Premium Member Tyler Soccer Player
Once upon a time, there was a boy called Tyler playing with his soccer ball. He was a ten years old boy with black hair...

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Categories: children,

I remember meeting you many years ago
That warm Sunday afternoon 
I remember the love I got from you, your mum, your dad and your sister...

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Categories: africa, america, culture, for

Through new eyes
The train approaches in the distance
Through a tunnel we gave birth
The chimney smog marries the low clouds
Of increasing heavy traffic and haze of garbage fires

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Categories: africa, community, political,

Living rough - part 1
Makes me chuckle when I hear folks talking about living rough; heck some of them think that not having HD3D is living rough! Well, let...

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Categories: abuse, addiction, class, dark,

He Served Them Well
Headed for Mexico with his suitcase and a ton of beanies was my 16 year old son
He joined his youth group for the adventure of...

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Categories: blessing, children, encouraging, hero,

The Legend of Soccer

A legend was sent
October 1, 1966
Far from above 
To the nation of Liberia
While angels celebrate

He played with his peers
He grow up in the land
He tasted...

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Categories: prose, hero,

I lacked a lot of sleep these past couple of months.

and abandoned the routine I’ve grown so comfortable with

in this time by myself.

I didn’t realize...

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Categories: prose, family, hope, life, love,

I see him on the park bench, his red soccer shirt

No pain, no anguish and no deadly hurt

He flickers like a hologram, finishing its show


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© Kate Moore  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, loss,

Puke all over the seat and get some on your dogs head 
and a little on the wife’s  purse get her good 
and Madd...

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Categories: prose, caregiving, education, forgiveness, nostalgia,