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Rugby Poems

Rugby Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of rugby poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for rugby.

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Premium Member Across the pond
This chap from the States, just asked me to write, a poetic collaboration,
I was asleep, it is quite late at night, no time for a rhymed dissertation.
I thought to myself, what a spiffing idea, for we speak the same lingo...Read More
Categories: rugby, humorous,
Form: Rhyme



Across the pond
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This chap from the States, just asked me to write, a poetic collaboration,
I was asleep, it is quite late at night, no time for a rhymed dissertation.
I thought to myself, what a spiffing idea, for we speak the same lingo...Read More
Categories: rugby, america, england, friendship, fun,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Don't Mess with the Rainbow Nation
Congratulations to South Africa, who beat England in the Rugby World Cup final today.

Don’t mess with the rainbow nation,
they can dance much better than you.
In the scrum, their co-ordination
will lead you a merry dance too.

Don’t mess with the rainbow nation,
no-one...Read More
Categories: rugby, africa, sports,
Form: Rhyme
No Losers
No Losers here

England versus South Africa

I hope you are looking down Dad

He was the real Rugby lover

Played it in the Navy

Mum used to clean the team's dirty kit in
her washing machine

So it's fitting his adopted Home

South Africa the Rugby Springboks

Play...Read More
Categories: rugby, miss you,
Form: Free verse
Kelp Seaworthy Report
" Summa Lamma" Countrey Dellia  won a 
sixman " one woan brawl"
to hand the right to date
the infamous " Miss Wombahaz" Tense Tussy
he made Brinney Bassier submit using
a Castmen Crawl  ( elbow clasp)

World Champion
The big Sky" sat on...Read More
Categories: rugby, adventure, anti bullying, celebrity, leadership, music, sports,
Form: Ballad



TEAM BAMMA LAMMA LOOM
WORLD FAMOUS
HE WANTED OUT OF THE CONTRACTILE PAPERS THAT LIMITED
HIS PRESENT EXISTENCE.
HE COACHED BEYOND WELL.
HE TURNED AMATEURS INTO NEAR CLOSE PRO'S: BUT THEY REFUSED TO SHINE
THEY REFUSED TO BE OUTSPOKEN, THEY REFUSED TO ADD THE COHESION THEY NEEDED
TO BE BEST...Read More
Categories: rugby, break up, business, sports,
Form: Classicism
spitefull broad in the resturant
wanting more than what he was allowed to afford
sounded like a strange way of having him
they wished him never to want
they bragge about how resilant they were
but in his dispair he sounded like
someone who couldn't understand the value
of currencey
Hornsby she...Read More
Categories: rugby, appreciation, bullying, film, friendship love, inspirational, leadership,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member School Days
At school I must have been naive,
for I was told I must achieve.
Add up, subtract even divide,
equations, algebra must be tried,
Nouns, verbs I had to learn,
adjectives were my concern.
In French we should pronounce our ‘R’s’
By making gargling sounds that purrs!
In...Read More
Categories: rugby, childhood, school,
Form: Rhyme
Boris
Well swollen boobies on bullocks Boris is boss
our nations Prime Minister at J Hunt's loss
some say a buffoon and they say it sinister
like the mans brain is only miniature 
think Corbyn the codfish would be better

Brexit, Labour and Lib Dem...Read More
Categories: rugby, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Welsh Sabbath
I guess we missed chapel again
But rugby is never a sin!
We pray for the ball
If that don't beat all
We pray our opponents won't win!...Read More
Categories: rugby, religion,
Form: Limerick
This Is Bath
Bath streets have sights on show
and houses sitting by the row
there’s not a place you cannot go
our crime level's always low

packed all year round with global tourists 
city centre market stools fruit veg florists 
nothing to be weary of or...Read More
Categories: rugby, england, hope, humorous, me, pride, word play,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: XLIX - Tongue Teasers
UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: Tongue-Teasers - XLIX

« Third Degree » is when you add « Insult to injury ».

If you take everything everybody says with a « pinch of salt », we’ll soon be able to drink ocean water free of charge...Read More
Categories: rugby, humor, irony, race, word play,
Form: Epigram
A game changer
My Father had three daughters to his name,
Not one of us showed aptitude for sport;
The egg and spoon race was my claim to fame
And rounders’ balls were very rarely caught.     *

When Father’s sporting spirits were in...Read More
Categories: rugby, football, sports,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Equality

Equality

My first memory of women’s football is Brandy Chastain 
	Taking her sports shirt off after she scored on the pitch
		Don’t know if she got a yellow card but had to google her name

The brazier underneath had no logo for advertising...Read More
Categories: rugby, football,
Form: Free verse
Bayleigh
Stood on the pitch, feel mighty and tall, can’t wait for the hit, can’t wait for the ball, I’ve trained really hard, my body feels strong, score under the posts, they’ll be singing my song, my opposite number, looks pretty...Read More
Categories: rugby, boy, father, father son, happiness, meaningful, passion,
Form: Rhyme
Who Am I
Who am I? I wonder, 
All out victory, 
or embarrassing blunder,
Bi polar maybe,
The right hand throws and fights, 
The left hand mostly writes,
Bi-lateral with ADHD, 
You judge that on a stereotype, 
You don’t think you do?
Tell me something other than,
I’m...Read More
Categories: rugby, me,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Off The Rails


Rice is really great if you're really hungry
And wanna eat two thousand of something uncrunchy
Does that sound weird
How about corn's ears
Okay I'm off the rails, wanna play rugby?




...Read More
Categories: rugby, food,
Form: Limerick
On the Field
old cradle rocks fern trees
open knees cockerel bends
miss placed rugby shoes...Read More
Categories: rugby, write, writing,
Form: Senryu
Premium Member BLIND DATE - NOW A COLLABORATION
My bestie blind dated big Humpty
His hairstyle resembled Don Trumpty
He was constantly rude
Foul mouthed and so crude
No wonder she soon ditched the numpty!

10/15/18


Your bestie's blind date was a weird one
An hour of boredom and she was done
When she said goodnight
He...Read More
Categories: rugby, best friend, humorous, relationship,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member AN INFAMOUS LEGEND
AN  INFAMOUS LEGEND

King Henry XIII was indeed quite a boy,
He had no clue how to spell the word coy,
He was consumed by a quest that 
A wife bear,
And give birth to a male heir,
He was fat, red headed and
Dressed...Read More
Categories: rugby, funny, history,
Form: Rhyme
I Grew Up In Bath
I grew up in Bath in the nineteen nineties
wearing short shorts over tighty whities,
while Bath were champions of English Rugby,
a beautiful city farfetched from ugly.

We played on Stilts and had Yo-Yo's,
skateboards with logo's,  
Tamagotchi's, Slinkys and Pogo Sticks,
a string...Read More
Categories: rugby, nostalgia,
Form: Free verse
Dirty Word
"I love you more than breakfast"
(I said on our first date)
You thought that I said "Brexit",
and punched me in the face!

?It wasn't like you had a view.
You didn't really care.
But every time you heard the word,
it made your nostrils flare.

?The...Read More
Categories: rugby, humor, humorous, political, satire, silly,
Form: Rhyme
Bath City And Proud
The Romans came and they called it Aqua Sulis,
there aint no place on the earth can out do this,
if Bath was a day then I think we'd call it Christmas,
if Bath could be owned then you'd put it on your...Read More
Categories: rugby, appreciation, celebration, city, england, home, pride, tribute,
Form: Rhyme
Nine seventeen

Huddled in Burton's doorway, head down,
the windblown rain at almost forty five degrees
soaking me from the knees downwards.
Reflecting on the paving, the red, amber and green
from the traffic lights heralded a wave of white from passing headlights,
like theatre curtains opening.
And...Read More
Categories: rugby, time,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Showdown
It’s time for a showdown! 
I’m taking that hoe down!
Screamed Dotty, crouched low down, fists ready to fight,
Then she pounced upon Martha,
Who’d stolen her Arthur,
And after, had laughed at her pitiful plight.

At their care home, Sea View,
As old Martha well...Read More
Categories: rugby, fun, funny, humor, humorous, silly,
Form: Rhyme