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Short Badminton Poems

Short Badminton Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Badminton by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Badminton by length and keyword.

The Wind Rules
Wind blows in to eyes
Badminton halts in mid air 
Shuttlecock reversed...

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Categories: badminton, games, nature, wind,
Form: Haiku

Demons of Suburbia
Lawn furniture flavored ice cream
	served in moxa cups
Candied eyes of freshwater bream
	pickled bushdog pups.

Pig pizzle wrapped around a stick
	grilled upon the deck
Woven rope with cat head and brick
	hung about your neck.

Marzipan violin bowed by a stoat
	badminton played widdershins
A toast of poison without antidote
	barefoot on needles and pins....

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Categories: badminton, animal, fantasy, food, games, home, nonsense, surreal,
Form: Rhyme
Cock and Balls
If you 2
Like me
Are lead astray by your ever so lively Cock and Ball's 
You 2 may find yourself in the dock 
If you didn't shout duck
And an errant Cock
Or playful Ball
Strikes you playing partner right in the face
Brace yourself 
Those things burn and sting like Duck
And you 2 may be sitting in the Dock
For assault by means of a playful Badminton Shuttlecock 
Or misdirected squash ball
If it was indeed 

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Categories: badminton, funny,
Form: Free verse
Now Is The Time To Play
M-ist and fog Friday
A-re both nowhere in sight; 
R-aindrop on Saturday
I-s fading into the night.
E-leventh February morn meets the early beacon; 
L-et the new dawn break, bringing the haze to oblivion.

P-ink wide skyway
O-pens the day with light; 
L-ane beyond the clouds
I-s setting things aright: 
N-ever ignore your wellness, 
T-ake the sickness away; 
A-iming to try the badminton, 
N-ow is the time to play. 

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Categories: badminton, birthday,
Form: Acrostic