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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.

I Dont Give A Fig About The Brouhaha
I Dont Give A Fig About The Brouhaha...
of new year's eve,
yet yours truly does consider
at least one singular plum me facet by Jeeve
er...Robert (or Rabbie)...

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Categories: prose, assonance, august, farewell, january,

On Chance, Fate, Probability, and the Fear of Death
It's always struck me as amazing how folks will buy more lottery tickets as the odds increase, so long as the prize money increases. The...

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Categories: animal, appreciation, atheist, death,

For Your Consideration 2
Consider this:"An average American English speaker engaged in a friendly conversation speaks at a rate of approximately 110–150 wpm.  The following are approximations of...

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Categories: death, friendship,

For Your Consideration
It's likely to happen at church before the worship service begins. But it also takes place at the end of the worship service as well....

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Categories: death, friendship, love,

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,

Shy Female Runner
Starting line she stands 
arms around her self
frail, shy, reserved 
personage -misplaced soul 
appearing unsure 
surrounded uniformly by
uniformed male jocks 
parading runners physique 
matched shorts...

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Categories: prose, sports,

Red Is A Beautiful Color


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Categories: car, color, red, rose,

The Boy Within
The small boy falls and hurts his elbow and knees,
and cries quietly on the inside,
because there is no one there to feel his pain,
or give...

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Categories: age, dream, first love,

1984 and beyond
     I awake to the sound of birds singing.  A faint memory of my dreamworld still    ...

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Categories: political,





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Categories: prose, basketball, best friend, christian,

Premium Member The Monster
Well thank God they left. Nice local sports bar; I sat close to an elderly man, probably 80 years old, and a younger guy that...

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Categories: character, family, father son,

Premium Member Lost Lake Odessa
My world spins round
too fast most times
from Greek deep roots
on Black Sea ports
to cross Jordan's River
on Catherine's Great
trains meet sailboats
greeting sea planes
flying off to sports...

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Categories: prose, america, history, home, journey,

The Sun's a Liar-Children's story short contest-
The Sun Is a Liar

It’s been quite some time since I've awoke early enough to meet the sun coming over the horizon. As I gazed...

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Categories: childhood,

Goodbye Miss Heidi Only For Now
Goodbye Miss Heidi Only For Now…….8.3.14

Remembering that day I first brought you home the sun was out a warm July day, meowing never stopped on...

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Categories: prose, addiction, adventure, anxiety, art,

We All Know Better
We All know Better
By Curtis Johnson

Your smiling face will often disguise the rapid and tedious race;
But I know better
Your sweet and pleasant demeanor sometimes displays...

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Categories: baseball, christian, friendship, heart,

Hot Southern Nights

During the time before television came to our home,                ...

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Categories: prose, america, baseball, father, games,

Premium Member Bitter Truths

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Categories: prose, education, school, sports, success,

It's Rarely Sunny in Philadelphia Part 3
I'm still smarting from the Sixers devastating victory a few weeks ago.
It been raining the last two days, but today it isn't, just cold.

You know,...

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Categories: grief, longing, loss,

Precious Foot Cradles
It was a sad day, when I had to toss them;
my favorite pair of sports shoes.
Like an old, comfy friend, 
we walked and played together;

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Categories: clothes, poems, poetry,

Premium Member She was not delicate
She was not delicate,
she was an athlete,
poised, confident,
yet withdrawn.
She had competed,
pushed herself to the
edge of her limits,
overcame the long,
dull, training sessions,
and finished her race.
Now she...

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Categories: prose, cancer, courage,