Baseball Retirement Poems

These Baseball Retirement poems are examples of Retirement poems about Baseball. These are the best examples of Retirement Baseball poems written by international poets.


Premium MemberDay's End by Sunlite Wanter
Days’ End

Emeralds twinkling with evening diamonds,
Twilight planes flying through cotton ball clouds,
Wending weary workers traveling home,
A sole spectator sun-hatted watches.

The roar of rolling roads, a...

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Categories: city, retirement,

Premium MemberMiracle on 44th Street by Poet M.e.
Lyrical On 44th Street
 

The argument started at the table
 
He was too soft,
 too timid to quote Gable
 
She said ,"Your dreams aren't keeping...

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Categories: retirement, caregiving, change, family, father



Premium MemberRESPECTED by Jeffrey Lee
No need to brag
Jeter #2 was born to play and win; now that’s swag
For twenty years he has been the face of the MLB
Games played...

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Categories: baseball, goodbye, retirement, sports,

Off the Bench by Robert Heemstra
my baseball playing days in Teeners league
hardly played my main position was bench
by not playing I never had fatigue
use to dream of being like Johnny...

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Categories: baseball, retirement,