Baseball Social Poems

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


Alliteration in B by Mark Goodson
The blue ball bounced against the rubber baby buggy bumper.
Bobby Brown’s bright blue blazer matched Betty’s blue bloomers.
Baseball is business blessed beyond belief.
Brook’s brother boiled...

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Categories: funny, social, blue, blue,

BASEBALL by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr
get a stick
and hit
and clove thet
fit
it might over the wall
in a water fall
 and have the 
empire call
 thats
BASEBALL

...

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Categories: social



OFFENDED by Daniel Cwiak
W hen you go to someone's wedding
H ave you done so in clothes that are unsuitable?
E ver shown up for an evening out wearing shorts?
R...

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Categories: social, funeral, introspection, life, people,

No To Drugs! by odette milne
No Drugs For Me


I saw this boy walking down the street,

with the coolest trainers on his feet,

he said "hey geezer in the baseball cap,

sort me...

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Categories: childhood, health, social, urban

Beggar Man! by Patricia Sawyer

I saw you there resting
your chair near the door.

Long Black hair dirty
Needing a bath. smiling.

Red and green stick figure Jesus
Pictures you offered. Grinning.

I was moved...

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Categories: imagination, life, people, social,

Fainthearted by Patricia Sawyer
Fainthearted need not apply
I read from the want adds
I was wanting a change
A diversion, adventure.
Forty pounds over weight.
Sweet children all grown.
I couldn't even make me...

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Categories: social, adventure, computer-internet, fantasy, funny,

Premium MemberHard Times by Vince Suzadail Jr.
Little to show for a hard days work
Maybe black lung, inhaling all that dust
Flip a coin, go right home or stop for a beer
Heads came...

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Categories: history, social

Sizing Up the Enemy by tom bell
Before commiting to battle,
A wise warrior reviews the odds,
Determines the likelyhood of success,
And judges accordingly...

In my younger, gang years,
I at times deviated from this basic...

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Categories: adventure, friendship, social, teen,

Yet More TV Guize Listings by tom bell
"Sappy Daze"- the Fonz gets a job in a Vermont maple syrup factory and faints 
from the fumes.

"Fiends"- The gang decides to desecrate a cemetery.

"The...

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Categories: confusion, funny, imagination, social,

Killer Girls and Flesh Eating Zombies by Gary Jones
My head feels like it has a lava lamp inside
The skull has a long crack going across the front

I think it’s time to rotate the...

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Categories: life, nostalgia, social, old,

Black People by Tiffanie McCall
Thugs in the street with their pants hung low
White T's and Tims with two golds in the front row
Philly fades or braids, du-rags, and fitted...

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Categories: inspirational, life, people, social,

A Drug Dealer Reflects... by Tony Bush
The chorus, a cacophony, 
as gulls exploded
from the mudflats, on the estuary,
sleet, brain-numbing,
pelted a grey curtain;
with hands thrust deep, pocket jammed,
I felt like Richard Burton,
selling...

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Categories: life, social, drug,

Jailyard Blues by Tony Bush
Time stands still for the cooler king, 
Hey, Hilts, throw the baseball and 
Don't sweat a thing; 
Listen up close and the bell will ring...

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Categories: life, people, social, visionary,