Poems about Football poems

Read poems about Football from authors all over the world.  Are you a poet?  If yes, then you can also submit poems about Football by going to the submit poem page.

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The Football Grand Final Scapegoat by Francis Duggan

Most of those who knew him thought he was not good enoughHe could not measure up when the going did get toughIn the Grand Final he wilted under pressure with the game to be wonWhen he could have b

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Playing Football In My Graveyard by Robert Rorabeck

Perfect on my imperfection, you fall: I close my eyes but you are real, traveling Effortlessly up your hills and thenDown, Basking all the dogs, and their stones soRound; And I’ve made up thes

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On The 09 All Ireland Football Final by Francis Duggan

For the Cork Gaelic Footballers another humbling defeatBy their neighbours Kerry in Croke Park once more they've been beatIn Gaelic Football in Ireland Kerry to the foreWith 36 All Ireland titles a

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On Koroit's 09 Football Premiership by Francis Duggan

They celebrate in the Commercial and Mickey Bourke's pubThe marvellous win of Koroit Saints Football ClubThe Warrnambool Blues the pride of Warrnambool TownIn the Football Grand Final to the red an

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The Dying Ex Football Champion by Francis Duggan

Around his bed his friends and family but of them he's not awareHis life's journey about to end old Joe the ex footballer playerOn his back his eyes closed to his surroundings the life from him ebbi

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The Football Club's Best And Fairest by Francis Duggan

The football club's best and fairest when he was in his primeBut eventually we all become victims of timeThe legs that did run fast are now walking slowThe seasons of life on him are beginning to

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Jim Mccray's Plan For Football by Francis Duggan

It does not matter to me says Jim McCrayWho won or who lost in the game of the dayThis football as such does not appeal to meThough my wife and children watch it on the t vSo many young men tussl

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The Football Club's Hero by Francis Duggan

In his young years he was healthy, happy and carefreeHe is not the man that he once used to beHe seldom sees their son and daughter and their children and estranged from his wifeOne can only say th

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Beer, Football And Women by Francis Duggan

His life revolves around women and beer and footballHe only works because he needs money since work does not interest him at allOn Saturday he goes to the football to urge his favorite team onAnd a

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The Football Players You Pretend To Love by Robert Rorabeck

Into your houses that stand for nothing—popcorn lightThat gets blinded on the 4th of JulyWhile I steal the lonely bicycle from your garage: And I was your high school teacher for a weekWhile the

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. Money, God And Gaelic Football by Francis Duggan

In Millstreet when i was a youngster to be good at Gaelic FootballWas seen as important as i now do recallIt was a close up third behind money and godThe values of many people to me does seem quite

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The Crepescule Of Football Games by Robert Rorabeck

Transformed intoThe petroglyphs Before the songbirds whoAre out for no reason, Dancing winged-Songs stirred for theAbsence of housewivesWith no more reason toLove me; The earth pushed a littl

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