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Sports Prose Poems

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


Premium Member Children of AI
Oliver was born in 2004 to an engineer father and a cashier mother. From a young age he loved to play sports and was an...

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, allusion, life,



Premium Member New Law: Mouth Police Are Giving Out Tickets
As of today you need to watch your mouth and what you say.  
We have always been able to hurt someone's feelings by our...

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Categories: hurt, spoken word, words,

Premium Member A tribute PROSE in RIME
A cool Autumn morning we caught the bus,off at eleven without much fuss.One 
and  half return from Croft to Leigh a birthday treat from...

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Categories: prose, soccer, sports,

Attention
See them opening the doors to welcome you to the shore. See them opening the door, they are asking you for more. Get your business...

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Categories: business, change, deep, england,

Premium Member Be Great
I missed out on the movie star
but I met an American hero.
Oh how humble the paratrooper of yesteryear.
When I thanked him for his service, he...

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Categories: prose, america, people, sports,



Premium Member Four Cafes
I was off for my vacation. After a long flight and drive, I reached my cozy apartment. Stars like diamonds filled the cold January night....

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Categories: drink, food, january, sun,

Premium Member Human Nature
Love, nurture – abandon, disown...

Love, nurture – beat, rape, murder...

Love, nurture – build cities, blow them apart...

Love, nurture – despise, hate...

Love, nurture – rip young...

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© Joe Dimino  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, introspection, meaningful, perspective, philosophy,

Premium Member Who Was Vin Scully
That really is my trademark. Day to day, week in, week out. If something happens and the crowd roars, I shut up.

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Good is not good...

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Categories: america, baseball, dream, wisdom,

Premium Member Hitchhiker From Another World 4
“Come on, let's get introduced to my play mate in a palm.
Linda, these are Joshua’s true other selfs.” 
Lelia emitting a peculiar chuckle.
A comic situation...

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Categories: art, beautiful, beauty, celebration,

Premium Member Lets Win the Racquetball Tournament
Let’s win the racquetball tournament Carlie said.
What she meant was “let ME win the racquetball tournament”.
My girl-next-door-charms usually hides my super competitive spirit.
This time was...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Getting Old Is Fun Not Funny
I cannot wait to drive a sports car I thought!
Now I have a red one, it took me awhile.
Guys race to see what I look...

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Categories: prose, age,

Premium Member September Pursuits
In our country’s 
calendar of events
September is replete with 
pursuits worth enumerating 
reminding me to bask in meaningful
involvements, optimizing God-granted strength
midst pressure, propelled by blissful...

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Categories: prose, appreciation, blessing, celebration, christian,

Premium Member First Week At Camp
We run squealing into our cabin, and grab bunks.
I don't want a top, but end up on one, being compliant.
I am from a small town,...

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Categories: prose, 3rd grade, 4th grade,

Premium Member Why Cant I Die
She heard the screeching of the tires 
And she knew she had pulled right in front of this car.
She shut her eyes, waiting for the...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Goodbye and Farewell
Is it pure greed that motivates them
Or could it be that they're insecure
That they are lost without it...
Do they really think anyone cares
about them 'going...

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Categories: prose, celebrity, goodbye, life, money,


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