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Rugby Poems

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List of Rugby Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Home town blues Crewe stephen pennell Free verse rugby, betrayal, home,
Premium Member Poem Off The Rails Jack Ellison Limerick rugby, food,
On the Field Josephine Brennand Senryu rugby, write, writing,
Premium Member Poem BLIND DATE - NOW A COLLABORATION JAN ALLISON Limerick rugby, best friend, humorous, relationship,
Premium Member Poem AN INFAMOUS LEGEND JENNIFER PROXENOS Rhyme rugby, funny, history,
I Grew Up In Bath Nick Trim Free verse rugby, nostalgia,
Dirty Word George Stanworth Rhyme rugby, humor, humorous, political, satire,
Bath City And Proud Nick Trim Rhyme rugby, appreciation, celebration, city, england,
Nine seventeen Viv Wigley Free verse rugby, time,
Premium Member Poem Showdown Nina Parmenter Rhyme rugby, fun, funny, humor, humorous,

Women's World Part 1
by Jenny Dillon
Apparently, we’re living in a women’s world. Yes, we’re way better off than we were fifty years ago, but that doesn’t mean that sexism is...

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Prose Poetry | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, appreciation, art, slam, society,

SUNDAY AFTERNOON
by Terry Reeves
What do you do? Fine - I'll mention other things,
In Jo"burg, the expats were bored - went to
a roundabout and drove around, disgraceful,
don't you play...

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Prose | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, adventure, fun, imagination, poetry,

Moonlight Falling In Winter
by Christine Phillips
Naked trees standing tall
Wearing no clothes at all
Naked trees standing tall
Listening to the nasty brawl
Moonlight is shining brightly
With its trousers hanging haphazardly
Stars are peeping through...

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Narrative | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, angel, betrayal, change, confusion,

New Beginning Page 53a
by Owen Yeates
Blackbird

Looking out my window there's a blackbird on the ground
He's pecking and looking hoping a morsel will be found
The ground is frosty and the cars...

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Light Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, celebration,

Alone In The City Of Rome
by Arya Mandal
Alone In The
City Of Rome

Sometimes I feel unlikely alone,
To visit the city of ancient Rome.
Not because I hate the city,
But it makes me feels a...

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Classicism | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, anxiety,

Tatty Brothers
by The Didds
My brother has just got inked,
with style - he's quite a dude
in this we are somewhat linked
as I am also tattooed.

neck and ankle, inked up...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, brother,

Appreciating the Unappreciated
by Nathan Reger
Slowing my mind to analyze each finger as an individual

My fingers are individual in nature. I see them as unique tools each having a body...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, body, me, self,

Rugby Lions
by Christopher Flaherty
Watching the Lion's versus the All Blacks 
Rugby test series
Is witnessing sport without comparison 
No quarter given the player's place 
There body's beyond human conditon
Entrusted...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, sports,

Numerous Facts
by Wes Martin
One I in Ireland, one country beginning with the letter Q,
Two hands of a clock, two U's in Timbuktu.
Three primary colours, three dimensions of power,
Four...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, appreciation, fun, humanity, humor,

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Villanelle: Do spun balls eddy in Black Hole corsets
by T Wignesan
Villanelle: Do spun balls eddy through Black Hole corsets

Do spun balls eddy through Black Hole corsets
   Or cosmic spins pierce through armoured shells
Who...

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Villanelle | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, america, fear, football, men,

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ARTE MAYOR: Neither Cricket nor Football
by T Wignesan
ARTE MAYOR*: Neither Cricket nor Football

Is this the way to prop A-first
Sock not oval ball overhead
Slam not round ball with drumstick dead
Cut not corporate tax:...

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Political Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, baseball, england, football, games,

I Love Rugby
by Bleddyn Pullen
Rugby, what a beautiful and passionate game
Its not about money, fashion or fame.
Invented one day by a guy named Webb
How do go "I have a...

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Couplet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, beautiful, celebration, culture, inspiration,

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I HATE RUGBY
by Dennis East
With a middle name of Brynley, and good Welsh blood in my veins,
You'd really think that rugby would be up there in my games.
When I...

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Rhyme royal | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, break up, fairy, lust,

Bethlehem
by Daniel Handschuh
Bed.
Bedlam.
Bethlehem.
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy:
Something with football and clandestine
Conferences, like political campaigns.
Suicides just outside the bride's bridal shower,
Because of a concussion?
Numerous concussions? In London?
Perhaps it was rugby.
Poor...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, anxiety, conflict, football, horror,

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Base Ball
by Kai Michael Neumann
Base Ball

Give me basically any ball and I love it
               ...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, sports,

kicked around
by jan oskar hansen
Kicked Around 

The football game was over the players had gone
to the changing rooms, the winning side talked eagerly
repeating themselves endlessly while the losing side...

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Blank verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, abuse,

Sunny Muggy And Occasionally Gusty
by Dalton Ogletree
9/20/16


Not only talking about the tummy
When I say I'm hungry

Always grew up out in the country
Where there weren't always paved roads, it was dusty
And more...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, poetry, rap, women, word

Baby Blues
by Jenny Linsel
Baby Blues

Tom considered himself a very lucky man
His girlfriend, Sally, was pregnant, going for a 20 week scan
They decided they wanted to know the sex,...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, baby, birth, child, children,

Parenthood
by Andrew Carnegie
When I was a kid, I know, long ago,
We scrumped apples from neighbours orchards,
Climbed trees, scared bees, skinned our knees,
And once, quite daft, built a...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, character, childhood, family, father

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SALES - Day after Christmas contest
by Seren Roberts
Awoke with a feeling of deflation
The razzamatazz is over pressie’s given
Then a thought arouses me with a smile
Whilst the men watch the sport on this...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rugby, boxing day ,